Defective Drugs/Medical Devices

Defective Drug Attorneys Helping Consumers

Sometimes what appears to be a medical breakthrough can result in even more injury to the public. Most drug and medical device manufacturers are seeking to help people, but they are also profit-driven corporations that may attempt to rush through the approval process in order to be the first to get their products out to market. People rely on these drugs and medical devices to improve their quality of life and instead find that they not only fail to work, but also result in harm and side effects that may be worse than the condition they were meant to cure. We have experienced and aggressive defective drug attorneys who can investigate the nature of your injury, examine the drug or device at fault and work with experts to determine the monetary award that can compensate for your suffering.

Personal Injury Lawyers Taking on Defective Drug and Medical Device Manufacturers

The defective medical device lawyers handle a wide range of product liability cases regarding drugs and medical devices, the most common being:

  • Talc Powder
  • Zimmer NexGen Knee
  • Mirena IUD
  • Depuy Hip Replacement
  • Granuflo
  • Actos

Each of the above links will provide more information regarding the common side effects and injuries caused by these defective medical devices and drugs. No case is too big or too complex for the pharmaceutical liability lawyers at our firm.

A product liability claim involving a faulty drug or medical device is often extremely complicated and requires expert knowledge of the law, of medicine and of product manufacturing. Our skilled product liability attorneys investigate whether the product in question is flawed as a matter of manufacture or design or if there was a failure to warn of potential side effects. Having determined that harm has been done, our personal injury attorneys then consult with medical and employment experts to determine the extent of lost wages, bills and physical suffering and strive to hold the negligent manufacturer liable for its failure to create a safe product.