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Too Many Warnings?

By September 8, 2015February 9th, 2017Product Liability

The FDA is investigating whether or not print,radio, and television advertisements for medications contain too many warnings. According to the FDA, excessive warnings may overwhelm and confuse consumers, which could lead to greater risks. To combat this issue, theAdministration is looking for ways to make drug advertisements clearer and to help drive home the biggest safety risks associated with use.

If you or someone you love has suffered serious complications following the use of a medication, call Seattle product liability attorneyStephen Hornbuckle at (425) 679-0742 today to schedule a free and informative consultation.

Even with sufficient warnings, drug injuries are far from uncommon. Is too much information to blame or are other factors at play? Seattle dangerous drug attorney Stephen Hornbuckle knows how to investigate medication-related injury to establish where fault should lie. This allows us to build solid cases against all liable parties, and to help victims of pharmaceutical company negligence get the full compensation they deserve.

To schedule your free consultation, please contact the Hornbuckle Firm online or by calling (425) 598-0824 today. Located in Bellevue, Attorney Hornbuckle welcomes clients from Seattle, Tacoma, and all surrounding Washington communities.

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