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Victims of NEC May Qualify for a Free Case Evaluation

Victims of NEC May Qualify for a Free Case Evaluation

Families with babies who are victims of Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) from cow’s milk-based formula or fortifier may be entitled to compensation.

Frequent characteristics of NEC:

  • Causes serious issues in premature babies
  • Can cause lifelong internal complications

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The Truth About NEC and Infants

NEC infections happen when bacteria invades the infant's intestinal wall and causes infection and inflammation with the potential to destroy the intestinal tissue. 

A growing number of studies have demonstrated that premature infants fed these cow’s-milk based formulas may show significantly greater risk of developing NEC.

Because the traditional formula manufacturers continue to make their products using cow’s-milk without warning parents, victims may qualify for compensation.

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NEC Case Litigation in the News

September 2021

Legal cases continue to be filed against Similac® and Enfamil® due to NEC claims

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