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It is often necessary to provide extra nutrition to premature babies in order to support their undeveloped bodies. The majority of doctors recommend parents use formula, but an emerging body of evidence indicates that some formulas may result in necrotizing enterocolitis, a potentially lethal digestive condition. In addition, some baby formula manufacturers, such as Abbott Laboratories and Mead Johnson & Company, did not label their products with warnings, putting more children at risk.

Mead Johnson & Company and Abbott Laboratories are responsible for ensuring the safety of their products. Families all over have been affected by the loss of children due to the negligence of these companies.

Those responsible for your child’s birth defect will be held accountable if NEC was caused by their baby formula, The Bodden and Bennett Law Group will fight on your behalf. Contact us today at (833) 4BNBLAW or [email protected].


Are there any lawsuits against baby formula manufacturers?

Several lawsuits have been filed by parents after their children developed necrotizing enterocolitis after consuming Similac or Enfamil baby formula.

What Is Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC)?

Inflammation of the intestinal lining can cause necrotizing enterocolitis, a digestive disease commonly found in premature infants. As a result, bacteria enter the infant’s intestinal tract and threaten his or her health as a result of the inflamed wall eroding away. In addition to monitoring your infant for these symptoms, a medical professional should also be aware of:

  • Swollen, red, or tender stomach
  • Abdominal pressure
  • Diarrhea
  • Fluctuations in temperature
  • Abnormal breathing
  • Low blood pressure

A majority of infants survive the disease with serious, long-term injuries, but in extreme cases, infants may die.

What Baby Formula Products Can Cause NEC?

Similac and Enfamil products both contribute to NEC in premature babies, according to the scientific study.

Contact us today at (833) 4BNBLAW or [email protected].

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