lost job. brain impairment ect. depressed. can i still go after the doctor or pill company
for i had periodic migraines and was never told to stop them or of a risk
Medical Malpractice Attorney
If you're question is whether you can still sue the doctor or the pill company - it would depend on how much time has passed since you treated with the doctor or was prescribed/took the pills. As for whether you would have a successful case - more facts would need to be known before a determination can be made.
I would suggest you contact an attorney in your area to discuss further.
Best of luck.
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You should contact an attorney in your area to go over the facts of your case in more detail.
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Car / Auto Accident Lawyer
You should contact a local attorney, but your case will be a tough one. You have been on the pills for a very long time. Even if your attorney finds an expert who says that you should not have been on the pills for such a long time - the claim may be barred by the statutory limitations period. Good luck.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
The statute of limitations on medical malpractice is 2 1/2 years after the offensive act, and for a product liability claim 3 years, though the starting point may be tricky. Obtain a consultation with a local PI attorney to discuss meaningfully.
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