Picato Class Action Canada

Picato Class Action Canada

Rice Harbut Elliott LLP is investigating a possible class action lawsuit, representing Canadians who were prescribed and used Picato (ingenol mebutate). Picato is a prescription drug used to treat adults with actinic keratosis. It is available in two strengths: 0.015% and 0.05%.

Health Canada has issued a Summary Safety Review concluding that there may be a link between Picato and the risk of skin cancer.

Our firm is seeking compensation for persons who were prescribed and used Picato between 2013 and present.  Damages will be sought for individuals who were diagnosed with cancer and individuals who used Picato without a cancer diagnosis.  The latter group may be entitled to compensation pursuant to provincial consumer protection legislation.

If you were prescribed and used Picato, you may be affected by this class action lawsuit. Please fill out the form below to get in touch with us. Joining our contact list creates no financial obligation and we will keep all the information that you provide to us confidential.

If you have any Picato tubes or containers, please preserve them as we may wish to arrange testing of the medication.

Who qualifies for this Class Action?

Canadians who were prescribed and used Picato between 2013 and present.

Objectives of Class Action?

Compensation for personal injury or refunds for persons who were prescribed and used Picato.