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Resource Links for Oklahoma Drug Recalls and Medical Device Lawsuits:
- Oklahoma Bad Drug Lawsuits & Oklahoma Defective Medical Device Cases
- State of Oklahoma Statute of Limitations
- Oklahoma Medical Resources
- State of Oklahoma Legal Resources
- State City Bar Association
- Legal Services for Oklahoma Communities
Oklahoma Bad Drug Lawsuits & Oklahoma Defective Medical Device Cases
The advancements in medical technology and pharmaceutical sciences have made significant changes in treating patients who once suffered diseases without a cure, or lost the ability to remain active and mobile. While these products often save lives, they have conversely caused serious harm, adverse reactions, side effects and premature death. The warnings and recalls by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and manufacturers often come too late.
These large corporate giants often pressure the FDA and rush their products to the marketplace to begin generating profits, often at the expense of the consumer. These products that were designed to treat illnesses instead cause serious medical problems for the patient and sometimes the unborn child.
Without proper and effective warnings, doctors recommend that their patients take bad drugs or use defective medical devices that produce life-changing negative outcomes. Typically, the victims are left with no other choice than to file in Oklahoma defective medical device case, wrongful death lawsuit, medical malpractice claim, or Oklahoma bad drug lawsuit against hospitals, doctors, pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers.
State of Oklahoma Statute of Limitations
Oklahoma Civil Statute of Limitations Laws — Code Provisions (Okla. Stat. Ann. tit. 12 § 95(A)(3))
Even though victims and surviving families have the legal right to seek financial recompense by filing a lawsuit against every defendant, the Oklahoma statute of limitations restricts the amount of time a claim can be filed. This includes a claim involving negligence, product liability, intentional tort, wrongful death, personal injury and medical malpractice.
If the victim or their surviving family member fails to follow the rules by filing all the necessary paperwork in the appropriate courthouse before the expiration of the statute of limitations, they forgo the opportunity to seek financial recompense anytime in the future.
- Personal Injury / Negligence – 2 Years
- Product Liability – 2 Years
- Wrongful Death – 2 Years
- Medical Malpractice – 2 Years “with Discovery Rule. In the case of a minor under 12, the parent or guardian must bring suit on behalf of the minor within seven years after the malpractice. If the minor was injured at age 12 or older, he or she has one year after turning 18 to file suit. In no event, may such a minor file suit less than two years after the date of the act giving rise to the injury occurred.”
- Intentional Torts – 1 Year
Oklahoma Medical Resources
- Oklahoma Medical Board
- Oklahoma State Department of Health
- Oklahoma Attorney General – Consumer Protection
State of Oklahoma Legal Resource
Oklahoma County Law Library
321 Park Ave # 247
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
State City Bar Association
Oklahoma State Bar
1901 N Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Legal Services for Oklahoma Communities
Any individual seeking to file compensation claim can hire personal injury attorneys who specializes in Oklahoma defective medical device cases, medical malpractice claims, wrongful death claims, and Oklahoma bad drug lawsuits. These law firms represent clients in all urban centers, rural areas and communities in Alabama that include: