Failure-To-Warn Claim May Proceed in Abilify Injury Action, La. Federal Judge Rules

A Louisiana federal judge has dismissed without prejudice a design defect claim in an Abilify injury case, but found the plaintiff has sufficiently pled that the defendant drug makers’ inadequate warning proximately caused him to develop tardive dyskinesia.

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