Personal Injury Attorneys in Raleigh - Wilson Law, P.A.

Proudly representing Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill & nearby areas of North Carolina

Wilson Law, P.A., is proud to stand up for the rights of innocent victims who have been injured through the negligence of others, especially pharmaceutical drug makers and medical device companies. Click any of the links below to find out more about our expertise and experience in helping clients suffering pain, injury or disability in the following categories:

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Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer

The Raleigh defective product lawyers at Wilson Law, P.A. are currently investigating claims on behalf of women who developed ovarian cancer after using talcum-based powders on a routine basis for feminine hygiene. According to the American Cancer Society, more than 20,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year, and the disease Read More...

Catastrophic Injury

The vast majority of personal injury cases involve accidents that result in mild to moderate injuries. In most instances, these cases can be settled directly with the insurance companies, avoiding the need for protracted litigation. But if you've suffered a catastrophic injury Read More...

Pharmaceutical Liability

The attorneys and professional staff at Wilson Law, P.A. have extensive experience evaluating and taking on cases where individuals were injured by drugs prescribed by their physicians. Our trial lawyers have successfully resolved cases involving Fen-phen, Baycol, Vioxx, Celebrex, Bextra, metal on metal hip implants and, Medtronic heart Read More...

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Dangerous Drugs & Medical Devices

Pharmaceutical manufacturers and medical device companies have a duty to make sure that their products are safe for use and that any risks associated with these products are made clear to physicians and consumers. While new drugs and medical devices must be evaluated by the FDA before being approved for use, it can be difficult to identify all Read More...

Product Liability

Manufacturers are required to make sure the products they sell to consumers work properly and are safe to use. Unfortunately, the desire to boost their profit margin often compels manufacturers to cut corners and sacrifice consumer safety. When manufacturers act negligently in the design, construction, or marking of their products, it can Read More...

Premises Liability

Premises liability is an area of tort law. In North Carolina, property owners have a duty and obligation to keep their premises in a reasonably safe condition. Property owners must inspect their property to ensure it is in a reasonably safe condition.

If property owners find any defects or dangerous conditions, they must warn visitors of Read More...

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Medical Malpractice

When you receive medical care, you are placing your trust, and often your life, in the hands of the healthcare professionals administering your treatment. You have a right to expect that these individuals will deliver high quality care that adheres to rigorous standards established by the medical community. While this level of care is often Read More...

Wrongful Death

We understand the trying and sensitive times surrounding the death of a loved one. However, you should be aware that you and your family have legal rights when a loved one is injured and passes away due to the negligence of others. Wrongful Death claims often arise from Read More...

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The Triangle area of North Carolina is one of the most populous and fastest growing areas in the state and country. This growth increases the likelihood of getting into an auto accident. That risk is further increased by heavy interstate traffic on I-40 and I-85, as well as Read More...

Essure Injury Lawyer

The defective drug and medical device attorneys at Wilson Law, P.A. are currently investigating cases on behalf of women who have suffered serious injuries after using Essure, a popular nonsurgical birth control device that has been available in the United States since 2002. Currently, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has received over 5, Read More...