Defective Medical Devices
When you have a procedure done, you trust the medical facility and the doctor to provide proper care, and you rely on the product manufacturer’s ability to have created a safe product for your needs. Unfortunately, sometimes one or more of these sources may fail, and you could suffer serious and damaging consequences. Sometimes medical devices may malfunction, either rendering the product ineffective or causing the device to create more problems than it remedies. If you or a loved one was injured by a defective device, our medical malpractice lawyers can help.
At the Injury Law Center, our lawyers have a thorough understanding of personal injury and medical law. Our commitment is to protect your rights and pursue maximum compensation on your behalf from big medical companies so you can rest easy and focus on healing.
To schedule a free consultation with our legal team, call us at (603) 883-4100.About Dangerous and Defective Medical Devices
Medical devices, including surgical equipment and tools, or pacemakers, implants, prosthetics, and other devices always come with a risk. Whenever you have a foreign part put into your body, either to help improve heart function, prevent pregnancy, or some other reason, there is a chance something could go wrong. Because there is such a potential for danger, it is the responsibility of the medical device manufacturers to create safe, useful devices, and to test those devices adequately before releasing them to doctors for use.Our Firm Will Stand on Your Side
Whether a device is defectively designed, improperly tested, or falsely marketed, any of these mistakes can have serious consequences for the patients involved. When investigating the details of your case, our legal team at the Injury Law Center will use our ample resources to study the details of your case and determine liability.
Our lawyers will find ask the following questions about your defective medical device case:
- Was the device poorly designed? Was the design unsafe and did it follow all applicable medical regulations?
- Was the device improperly built or manufactured? Did the flaw or danger arise during the actual production of the device?
- Did the company fail to warn patients and doctors about complications and dangers?
- Was the device falsely marketed?
- Was the device sufficiently tested?
- Did the manufacturer overstate the safety or benefits of the device?
- Were there appropriate warning labels and instructions on the device?
At Injury Law Center, our attorneys are passionate about fighting for the rights of victims and their families. If you were hurt or suffered because of a defective medical device, you have the right to pursue compensation for your injuries.
To determine if you have defective medical device claim, contact Injury Law Center and discuss your situation with our medical malpractice lawyers.