Dangerous Drugs

Contrary to popular belief, FDA approval of a drug does not mean that the drug is safe. Rather, approval means that the drug’s benefits likely outweigh its risks (when used as directed). But the full risks of a drug aren’t always apparent at the time of approval. Other dangers become known only when users suffer unanticipated harms.

In some cases, however, the drug manufacturer knew or should have known—and publicized—those dangers, but didn’t. In those instances, drug manufacturers can be legally liable to the victims who might have been spared the harm.

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