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North Carolina Drug and Medical Device Recall Lawsuits & Attorneys

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 North Carolina Drug Recalls and Medical Device Lawsuits:

North Carolina Bad Drug Lawsuits & North Carolina Defective Medical Device Cases

North Carolina Bad Drug Lawsuits & North Carolina Defective Medical Device Cases

Many medical device manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies believe that profits for the shareholders are more important than safety of the consumer. Because of that, they often bring dangerous or defective products to the marketplace before the results of clinical trials have been fully understood. Even the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) feels the pressure of these large corporations and make decisions that are often detrimental to the health and well-being of patients.

Victims who suffer adverse reactions and serious side effects usually have no other choice than to file North Carolina defective medical device cases, medical malpractice claims, and North Carolina bad drug lawsuits against drug makers, medical device makers, hospitals, doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers. This is because they trusted that these medical devices and prescription medications would improve the quality of their daily living and extend their lives. Alternatively, tens of thousands of individuals suffer serious injuries or die prematurely because of these products.

However, filing a claim or lawsuit against the defendants can be complex and require comprehensive understanding of North Carolina tort law. Because of that, many victims will hire personal injury attorneys who specialize in these types of cases and have access to numerous necessary resources including those listed below.

State of North Carolina Statute of Limitations

North Carolina Civil Statute of Limitations Laws — Code Provisions (N.C. Gen. Stat. § 1-15(c))

The North Carolina statute of limitations code limits the amount of time every victim or surviving family member must file a lawsuit against every party at fault for causing their damages. The statute applies to every claim involving negligence, personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, intentional tort or medical malpractice. Any failure to file all the necessary paperwork in time – before the statute of limitations expires – in the appropriate North Carolina courthouse can strip away the victim’s ability to seek their financial recovery.

  • Personal Injury / Negligence – 3 Years
  • Product Liability – 6 Years
  • Wrongful Death – 2 Years
  • Medical Malpractice – 3 Years “with Discovery Rule (1 year from reasonable discovery), but no more than 4 years from last act, unless foreign object, then 1 year from discovery, never more than 10 years. 1 year if discovered 2 or more years after occurrence. Minors: until age 19.”
  • Intentional Torts – 1 Years

North Carolina Medical Resources

State of North Carolina Legal Resources

Supreme Court Library
Raleigh, NC
(919) 831-5709

Buncombe County Law Library
Buncombe County Clerk of Court
Asheville, NC
(828) 250-4734

Fayetteville Law Library
Fayetteville, NC
(910) 321-6600

New Hanover County Public Library
Wilmington, NC
(910) 798-6301

Kathrine R. Everett Law Library
Chapel Hill, NC
(919) 962-1191

State Library of North Carolina
Raleigh, NC
(919) 807-7450

New Hanover County Public Library – Myrtle Grove Branch
Wilmington, NC
(910) 798-6391

Northeast Regional Library
Public Library
Wilmington, NC
(910) 798-6370

Pleasure Island Branch Library
Public Library
Carolina Beach, NC
(910) 798-6385

Charlotte School of Law
Law School
Charlotte, NC
(704) 971-8500

Legis Library
Raleigh, NC
(919) 733-9390

State Bar Association

North Carolina State Bar Association
217 East Edenton Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
(919) 828-4620

Legal Services for North Carolina Communities

Clients in every urban center, rural area and community in the state have access to personal injury attorneys who specialize in Alabama bad drug cases, medical malpractice claims, and Alabama defective medical device lawsuits. The cities and rural areas include:

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The Drug Law Center is sponsored by lawyers who represent individuals and families who have suffered a serious injury or death from a dangerous drug or medical device. While these medical inventions have been marketed to improve the quality of life for people, unsafe drugs and poorly designed medical devices can drastically reduce the quality of life for the individual and his or her family.

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