It appears your claim may be to old, time barred by the statute of limitations, consult an attorney in your area dealing with pharmaceutical claims.
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I'm sorry for your loss. Unfortunately, Florida has a four year Statute of Limitations on products liability cases. The four year statute begins from the date of injury or from the date when the injury was discovered or reasonably should have been discovered.
Furthermore, there is also a Statute of Repose in Florida that generally bars any product liability action, including personal injury or wrongful death, if the harm was caused by exposure to use or use of the product more than 12 years after delivery of the product to the first purchaser or lessee.
The law allows a limited time period to bring a negligence or products liability claim. There are exceptions to these time limits but I am not aware of one that extends the time period to 10+ years. Your claim is very likely expired but please seek the opinion of a local attorney.
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