Q: My loved one was hurt due to an adverse reaction to a medication would he be able to push the case in a different state?
Aprox early 2018 he had a severe adverse reaction to a medication he was prescribed and only recently has become mentally cognizant enough to realize how badly he was hurt. He wishes to push a case forward against the manufacturer but every lawyer we've talked to has had completely differing opinions and have given us conflicting information. What I want to know is if he can push the case in a state other then Texas due to the manufacturer being in a different state, how the loopholes work with the statute of limitations as he has only been mentally able to grasp everything very recently, and any other information that might be crucial to a case like this. Thank you
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. The type of case you describe is sometimes handled as part of a multidistrict litigation (involving various courts nationwide). These cases are sometimes complex in terms of venue (the issue of which district court a case would be filed in).
That could be part of the confusion with differing opinions you were told from various attorneys. One option is to reach out to law firms that handle cases for the medication involved. Although many firms handle product liability cases, some firms out there specialize in specific medications or consumer products. That's a considerable period of time that elapsed, and it's something to discuss with law firms you reach out to. Good luck
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