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"Acetaminophen poisoning" suit judgment awarded to McNeil by Florida jury.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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"ACETAMINOPHEN POISONING" SUIT JUDGMENT AWARDED TO McNEIL by a recent jury verdict in Tampa, Fla. In the case of Domke v. McNeil, "it is ordered and adjudged that plaintiffs take nothing, that the action be dismissed on the merits, and that each party bear its own costs of the action," the verdict states. The plaintiff, Rose Domke, representing her deceased husband, alleged that McNeil failed to warn consumers who regularly consume alcohol about the potential risk of taking acetaminophen. The suit is one of a number of cases claiming "acetaminophen poisoning" among regular drinkers of alcohol.
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