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Lawsuits Are Unnecessary… Unless I’m Filing One

Too often, we look to lawsuits as our first resource to settle disputes. People need to stop bundling all of their problems at the doorstep of someone else and take responsibility for their own mistakes (illness, condition, etc.).

This is the Drug Company Manifesto, page 1. Fair enough. But these drug companies are like those who believe that driving 55 mph is for everyone but them.

Lately, when doing research on claims against various drug and medical device companies, it has taken me an inordinate amount of time to find what I am looking for because I have to weed through so many patent lawsuits between these drug companies. The wars between these companies remind me of the ongoing wars in George Orwell’s 1984 where the enemy was always changing. In some ways, they should thank plaintiffs’ drug injury lawyers because we create a common enemy they can rally behind.

Drug companies disdain all lawsuits except for the ones they file.