The FDA has suggested changes regarding the laws that govern product warning labels on generic drugs. Currently, such labels must exactly match those of their brand name counterparts. In the past, this has created a buffer for generic drug manufacturers against product liability lawsuits. The newly suggested changes have many generic drug manufacturers in Texas and elsewhere concerned.
Whether on busy Texas roadways or other highways in the nation, drivers who act irresponsibly behind the wheels of their vehicles often cause serious accidents. When innocent lives are lost due to motorist negligence, wrongful death claims may be filed in court. One such incident recently occurred just after 3 a.m. that resulted in a man being charged with intoxicated manslaughter.
A man who worked as a press foreman for approximately 15 years at a company outside Texas is now permanently disabled. His devastating injuries were caused by medical malpractice. Following the incidents that led to his current condition, his wife was forced to work two jobs just to make ends meet for their family.
One can only imagine the intense grief associated with learning that a car accident has taken the life of a son or daughter. When a fatal accident is determined to have been caused by motorist negligence of some sort, a grieving parent may have questions about where to seek support. Beyond the obvious need for emotional support, many Texas parents have need of legal guidance when they want to discuss how to file wrongful death claims in court.