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Have you purchased over-the-counter melatonin sleep supplements? 

If so, you may have a claim for compensation.

Consumers use over-the counter melatonin supplements to help them sleep.  These products claim, on the label, to have a particular amount of melatonin per dose (for example, 5 mg or 10 mg).  Consumers rely on the truthfulness and accuracy of these claimed dosages.  

For certain brands, the amount of melatonin listed on the label may be substantially different from the true amount of Melatonin per dose.  As a result, consumers may be overpaying for these products.  Attorneys are investigating the following melatonin supplement brands:

  • Vitafusion 
  • Zarbee’s 
  • Solimo (Amazon) Melatonin

If you purchased either of these brands, fill out the form below and the legal team will review your information and may contact you (at no charge) to discuss your legal rights.

The law firm responsible for the content of this page is:

Dovel & Luner, LLP
201 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 600
Santa Monica, CA 90401


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