Although its pain-relieving and fever-reducing properties have helped millions without incident, acetaminophen use can lead to severe liver damage and even death.

Fasting, alcohol use increase risk

The potential for liver failure may be greatly increased when the use of drugs containing acetaminophen is combined with alcohol, or taken during periods of fasting (due to illness, anorexia, or malnutrition). Fasting decreases levels of glutathione, an antioxidant that helps the liver detoxify acetaminophen. We believe consumers have not been adequately warned of these potential dangers.

Protect your rights. Get compensated for your injuries.

If you or a loved one suffered liver failure and death due to acetaminophen overuse, you may be entitled to compensation. Complete the Quick Intake form at the top of this page or call our legal intake center at 1 (800) 438-6453 to receive your FREE case evaluation.