Provigil is a type of prescription medication that is used to promote wakefulness in the user. It is generally used to treat sleep conditions (excessive sleepiness) associated with sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and other similar issues. It is also prescribed in some cases where a person’s sleeping patterns have been disturbed due to work shifts, resulting in what is known as “shift work sleep disorder”.

Provigil is also known by other names, such as modafinil. It functions by altering certain neurotransmitters and other brain chemicals.

Are There Any Risks or Dangers Associated with Provigil?

There may be some risks and dangers associated with the use of Provigil. These can include:

  • Skin rashes and other allergic reactions
  • Dizziness, nausea, clumsiness
  • Chest pains
  • Fever or chills
  • Issues with memory or moods
  • Confusion

In some cases, a patient can be at risk of more serious side effects, including increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, or additional issues with sleep patterns. Provigil is also associated with various drug interactions as well.

Are There Any Legal Issues Associated with Provigil?

Due to the risks involved with Provigil, there can be certain legal issues associated with the product. These can include:

These types of lawsuits typically result in a damages award for the injured party. Some of these claims can be filed as class action suits depending on the circumstances.

In addition, Provigil has been the subject of various lawsuits, which have included issues like patent disputes, and “pay for delay” disputes (where the manufacturer has paid generic producers to delay the introduction of generic Provigil onto the market).

Do I Need a Lawyer for Assistance with Provigil Lawsuits?

The use of Provigil has been associated with certain risks and injuries. You may need to hire a personal injury lawyer in your area if you need assistance with any type of claim involving Provigil. Your attorney can provide you with legal advice and research to determine what types of legal options you have. Also, if you need to file a claim in court, your attorney can provide you with legal representation during meetings and hearings.