Dangerous & Defective Medical Devices
Medical Injury Lawyers Accepting Cases Nationwide Since 1981
Every year, Americans are injured by dangerous and/or defective medical devices. These products may cause problems the manufacturer or medical company is unaware of, or perhaps the company was aware of potential complications and suppressed this evidence in order to push the product onto the consumer market. Unfortunately, this happens all too often.
Medical devices, perhaps even more so than other types of consumer products, have the potential to cause serious injury.
For this reason, medical manufacturers are under obligation to their customers and the patients they serve to thoroughly test their products, vetting them for any potentially dangerous side effects. Consumers should be protected from disproportionately dangerous medical devices and warned of any risks associated with products they use.
When this doesn’t happen—when manufacturers, designers, and distributors don’t protect the rights and safety of the consumers they serve—serious injuries and even death can be the result. If you or a loved one was hurt because of complications related to a dangerous medical device, you should seek legal action. Our team at Fleming | Nolen | Jez, L.L.P. — an injury law firm serving clients nationwide—is here to help you.
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Types of Medical Device Cases We Accept
Our personal injury lawyers have experience in a variety of cases related to dangerous and defective medical devices. Learn more about these practice areas on the pages below.
Examples of dangerous and defective medical devices include:
- DePuy hip implant recall
- INFUSE bone graft
- Metal-on-metal hip implants
- Transvaginal mesh
- Zimmer knee replacement
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