... Baycol caused his problems. How can we get to the truth? He drank occasionally but not heavy during this time so all the medical experts are blaming the problems on alcohol.
8 Sep 2011
Unfortunately, you probably can't get an attorney to take your case, because the Drug Company will just blame the alcohol, and that creates a lot of reasonable doubt.
Does the drug insert (the medication guide) specifically say DO NOT DRINK ALCOHOL with Baycol?
If so, you could find an attorney who can blast the Drug Company on not putting sufficient warning (like "do not drink alcohol with this drug") on their labeling, which led to your husband suffering a lot.
You can sue in civil court if this is the case.
You might not need an Expert to testify if the drug company was negligent in putting a warning about not mixing the drug with alcohol.
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