NOTICE: The Drug Law Center is no longer accepting these type of cases. This page is strictly for informational purposes. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding by not contacting our office on these cases. We are actively investigating and prosecuting cases involving Valsartan cancers. For information on Valsartan lawsuits, look here.
Resource Links for Idaho Drug Recalls and Medical Device Lawsuits:
- Idaho Bad Drug Lawsuits & Idaho Defective Medical Device Cases
- State of Idaho Statute of Limitations
- Idaho Medical Resources
- State of Idaho Legal Resources
- Idaho Law Libraries
- Legal Services for Idaho Communities
Idaho Bad Drug Lawsuits & Idaho Defective Medical Device Cases
There has been a significant rise in the number of Idaho bad drug lawsuits and Idaho defective medical device cases in recent years. This is because victims have suffered serious side effects from dangerous prescription medications or medical devices including hip and knee implants that were manufactured with defective materials.
Prescription medications are known to offer significant benefits to the patient’s ailments including lowering blood pressure, maintaining a healthy beating heart, offering pain relief and treating depression and anxiety. While many drugs provide lifesaving opportunities to patients, nearly every medication has significant side effects. Others are outright bad drugs that were quickly brought to the market by pharmaceutical companies who place profits ahead of consumer safety.
The same focus on profits can be said of medical device manufacturers who create hip and knee implants. Many consumers have suffered metallosis (metal poisoning), life-threatening infections and other conditions months or years after their implant surgery that were caused by defective designs or materials.
Most victims have no other option than to file an Idaho defective medical device lawsuit or Idaho bad drug case against every party who caused them harm. However, these cases tend to be highly complex and require a comprehensive understanding of Idaho tort law. The resource links listed below can help victims begin the process of determining whether the merits of their case are substantial enough for a successful financial outcome either through a negotiated out-of-court settlement or from a judge and jury trial.
State of Idaho Statute of Limitations
Idaho Civil Statute of Limitations Laws — Idaho Code Provisions (Section 5-219)
It is important to understand the Idaho statute of limitations code that restricts the amount of time every victim must file the necessary paperwork involving an Idaho bad drug lawsuit or Idaho defective medical device claim for compensation.
- Personal Injury / Negligence – 3 Years
- Product Liability – 2 Years
- Wrongful Death – 2 Years
- Medical Malpractice – 2 Years “with Discovery Rule that runs from when injury is, or should have been discovered. 1 year following accrual or 2 years following act or omission. SOL runs from discovery of any foreign object left in body.”
- Intentional Torts – 2 Years for certain intentional torts.
Idaho Medical Resources
- Idaho Board of Medicine
- Idaho Department of Public Health
- Idaho Office of Attorney General – Consumer Protection
State of Idaho Legal Resources
- University of Idaho: Law Library
University of Idaho – Moscow
711 W 6th St & S Rayburn St
Moscow, ID 83844
- Idaho State Law Library
514 W Jefferson St #210
Boise, ID 83702
- Teton County Law Library
89 N Main St
Driggs, ID 83422
- Idaho State University Library
850 S 9th Ave
Pocatello, ID 83209
State and District Bar Associations
- Idaho State Bar
PO Box 895
Boise, ID 83701
- Fourth District Bar Association
PO Box 895 Boise, ID 83701
Legal Services for Idaho Communities
To ensure a successful outcome in an Idaho defective medical malpractice lawsuit, medical malpractice claim, or Idaho bad drug case, many victims hire personal injury attorneys in the state who represent clients in urban centers and rural areas including:
- Idaho Falls
- Coeur d’Alene
- Twin Falls