VIDEO: Can I Sue a Drug Manufacturer if the Dangerous Drug was Approved by the FDA?

The attorneys at Wilson Law, P.A. have made dangerous drug and defective medical device cases a primary focus of their practice and have assisted many pharmaceutical injury victims in the Raleigh area. One of the most common questions Kimberly Wilson White hears during a pharmaceutical injury consultation is, "Can I sue a drug manufacturer if the dangerous drug or defective medical device was approved by the FDA?"

In the following video, Kimberly Wilson White answers this question and discusses your options if you've been injured due to a dangerous drug or defective medical device.

Please contact Wilson Law, P.A. using the form on this page or call (919) 800-0919 today to schedule your free pharmaceutical injury consultation. We serve clients in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and throughout North Carolina.

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