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Dallas Attorney Holds Drug Companies Liable For Faulty Drugs

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Uploaded on Nov 1, 2011

http://www.vanweylaw.com Is it not fair that large corporations deceive consumers and are allowed to get away with their wrongdoings. Texas personal injury lawyer Kay Van Wey believes in holding these companies liable and explains in this video how Van Wey Law holds negligent companies responsible for their actions. If you are reluctant to sue or become involved in litigation, consider a famous quote by Dr. Martin Luther King: “An injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”  This is why Van Wey Law believes it is critical to hold large corporations accountable for their wrongs.  When pharmaceutical companies pass off faulty drugs or defective products to consumers, consumers need to stand up for their rights and not accept dangerous and defective drugs and medical devices to be allowed in the marketplace. If you or a loved one was a victim of a large corporation, you need to talk with the skilled Dallas injury lawyers at Van Wey Law today in a free legal consultation.  Call 800-489-5082 to schedule your appointment or visit our website,  http://www.vanweylaw.com , to view our legal library, frequently asked questions, blogs, books, and other insightful resources.

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