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How does a dangerous drug get released to the public?

Many people often want to know who is responsible for the dangerous drug that they or the loved one have taken. In fact, it's not uncommon for you to be saying, "How did this happen?"
One of the ways a dangerous drug reaches the public is that the drug company who produced the medicine either minimized the or hid the risks associated with the drug and the side-effects it may cause. Another potential fault rests with the Federal Drug Adminsitration (FDA) and their failure to conduct a thorough investigation of the drug manufacturers' application concerning the defective drug.
While these are the two most common ways a bad drug is introduced to the public, it's not always the case, and that is why drug litigation is a lengthy process. There are seferal questions that need to be answered, and the drug company will fight extremely hard to limit their liability.
Jim Keller
Partner at Keller & Keller

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