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Pharmaceutical Litigation

Pharmaceutical Litigation Attorney in Houston

Injured from a pharmaceutical error anywhere in the U.S.? Call a highly experienced national injury lawyer.

Even after drugs have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), they can still be found unsafe and cause serious harm to the user. The FDA takes active steps to ensure that drugs taken by consumers will not cause harm, but even those steps are often not enough. Manufacturers of prescription drugs often misrepresent the drug's safety to the FDA and will continue to produce a product that is knowingly unsafe. If you need to pursue litigation as the result of a pharmaceutical error, including any of those listed below, speak with our injury lawyers at your earliest convenience.

Why Work With Our Firm?

Attorney Jason Webster from our firm is one of the most highly experienced pharmaceutical lawyers in the nation. During his career, he has represented clients who have suffered the effects of defective drugs.

We have experience handling many types of drug cases involving the following drugs:

Refusal of a drug manufacturer to properly inform consumers of the risks associated with a prescription drug that is manufactured and marketed can result in a serious litigation case.

Don't Wait To Act!

At Webster Vicknair MacLeod, we have your best interests in mind and we are devoted to helping injured parties and their loved ones pursue aggressive litigation to resolve their pharmaceutical case. The statute of limitations in the state of Texas is 2 or 15 years, depending on the circumstance. If you have suffered injury or lost a loved one because of a prescription drug, you should not wait to pursue the compensation that you deserve.

Contact our firm today for the legal guidance you need! We have more than 120 years of combined experience and can help you file a proper claim.



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