What is the statute of limitations for a defective drug case?

North Carolina law allows people who were affected by defective drugs to file suit up to three years from the date of the injury and up to two years after a wrongful death. Another legal deadline to be aware of is referred to as "the statute of repose," which requires that a defective medication product claim is made within 12 years of its initial sale. This statute of limitations is limited to six years if the claim involves real estate.

Certain exceptions may affect these statutes, so if you have any questions, contact Brent Adams and Associates by clicking here or by calling our toll free number, 877-273-6823. We want to make sure you are protected. The consultation is free, and there is no obligation to call.