Theranos Lawsuit Alleges Fraud and Misrepresentation
Audet & Partners, LLP in investigating claims by consumers who purchased Theranos blood tests from Walgreens. In May 2016, it was disclosed by Theranos that its testing methodology and technology were inaccurate. At that time, Theranos informed regulators that Theranos had voided “all” of the Company’s blood-testing results from its Edison machines, as well as many tests run on other machines from 2014 and 2015.
At market inception, Theranos had heavily promoted its blood testing protocol as a far less invasive and more convenient alternative to traditional blood tests that required needles and tubes to draw blood. In contrast, the Theranos blood testing could take place outside of a laboratory, and required only a few drops of blood from a handheld device.
If you purchased a Theranos blood test in the past, you presumably did so based on representations by Theranos as to the accuracy of their tests, and you may have a legal claim in a class action lawsuit based on fraud, misrepresentation, and other theories under state law. You are urged to contact a consumer fraud class action attorney at Audet & Partners, LLP for a free, confidential Theranos lawsuit case evaluation. You can contact us either by completing and submitting the inquiry form on the right side of this page, or by calling us at (800) 965-1461.