Defective Medical Device Side Effects Lawsuits | Adverse Reactions, Complications, Harmful Fatal Side Effects, Defective Joint Replacement Components, Defective Surgical Implants
Defective medical device lawyers fulfill an important role in the justice system. Each year hundreds of new and different medical devices, including joint replacement components, cosmetic implants, and surgical implants are placed on the market. Improper manufacturing can cause device failures resulting in catastrophic injuries and side effects to the people who depend on them for their survival and safety. A medical devices recall may not happen in time to prevent further injuries. Manufacturers of medical devices are responsible for faulty manufacturing and adverse side effects of medical devices and any injuries that result from the defect.
Our defective medical device lawyers and side effect product liability attorneys have the experience, resources and network of medical experts and investigators to successfully pursue such claims, whether the claim is on behalf of the individual client or a class of plaintiffs injured by the same device.
Defective Medical Devices We Are Investigating:
Stryker Rejuvenate & ABG II Hip Implants
Boston Scientific Transvaginal Mesh
C.R. Bard Transvaginal Mesh
Johnson & Johnson/Ethicon Transvaginal Mesh
Medtronic, Inc. Infuse® Bone Graft
Legal Help for Victims of Defective Medical Devices
Have you heard about a defective medical devices recall that affects you or someone you love? Have you been hurt by a medical device that was supposedly safe? Gilman Law LLP is a leading Defective Medical Device Product Liability law firm and is here to help you receive the best compensation for your injuries. If you or a family member have been injured or experienced problems with a product which you believe is dangerous and/or defective, you may have valuable legal rights. For a free evaluation of your case by one of our defective medical device lawyers, please fill out our online form, or CALL TOLL FREE (1-888-252-0048) today.