“Can you sue for faulty medical equipment?” is a common question we get. Watch the video below to learn more about what you can do for defective medical devices.
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Oftentimes, people wonder “can you sue for faulty medical equipment associated with defective medical devices, and the answer is an emphatic yes.
There are many laws on the books, federal laws, state laws, that make it very difficult to hold manufacturers of devices responsible for defective products.
I’ll just say this, the tea leaves have got to read just right in order for that situation to result in a lawsuit that you can take to the jury.
But that’s why you have lawyers. It’s our job to look through and pick through the facts, patterns, and details to be able to tell you whether or not your particular circumstance is one where you can get accountability and recovery.
Can You Sue For Faulty Medical Equipment? Record of Success for Those Harmed by Defective Medical Devices
LawMD aggressively pursues claims on behalf of those who have been hurt by defective medical devices. Our defective medical device lawyers have a long track record of successfully helping those who have suffered because of defective medical devices. We have achieved substantial verdicts and settlements that have held manufacturers accountable for their negligence and brought our clients much-needed financial recovery.
Our defective medical device attorney is dedicated to providing the highest level of legal representation to every client we have the privilege to represent. We constantly stay up-to-date on new developments in law and medicine and use our decades of combined experience to get our clients results, both in the courtroom and at the negotiating table.
Many of our defective medical device attorneys are also licensed physicians. Their extensive medical education and training allow them to promptly evaluate potential claims without the delay or expense involved in retaining outside experts to do so. This combination of skill and experience assists our attorneys in these legally and medically complex cases.
LawMD investigates claims of injuries and death related to all medical implants and devices, regardless of whether or not they have been the subject of publicized complaints or recalls.
Currently, we are evaluating and pursuing claims on behalf of those who have suffered because of complications caused by a wide range of devices, including:
- Pinnacle hip implants
- Metal-on-metal hip replacements
- Stryker hip replacements
- Wright Medical hip replacements
- Transvaginal mesh
- IVC filters
- Essure birth control
- Bair Hugger blankets
- Power morcellators
Having a medical device implanted can be a scary and invasive experience. When problems arise with your medical device, the physical, psychological, and economic toll—often including additional hospitalizations, corrective surgeries, and debilitating pain—can be devastating.
At LawMD, we work tirelessly to get our clients the resources they need to recover and the justice they deserve from companies whose negligence has caused so much harm. We will take the time to get to know you and get a full understanding of your situation, needs, and concerns. We’ll help you understand your options and counsel you regarding the next steps and the best course of action. We will be by your side every step of the way.
Most of our physician-attorneys are either current or past treating doctors in, collectively, a wide range of medical specialties. There is a good chance one or more of our physician attorneys have actually treated medical conditions similar to the ones from which you or your loved one now suffers. That translates into care and understanding as your Counselors, and know-how as your Advocates.
Any honest medical malpractice attorney will tell you that one of the greatest expenses in a medical malpractice case is having to pay physician experts to study the details of the medical issues in your case and, if necessary, provide testimony at deposition and trial. While even our physician attorneys may also need to hire outside medical experts for your case, our medical know-how allows us to perform a significant amount of the medical analysis necessary for your case in-house which may translate into significant savings at the conclusion of your case.
Because we have in-house medical know-how, we can evaluate the medical questions in your case and provide answers without a lengthy wait. Our internal process involves getting the issues in your case quickly in front of the right physician attorney who, based on his or her medical experience and training, is most likely to have the answers you seek about whether you have a case and how we might help you get the compensation you deserve to help secure a brighter future for you and for your loved ones.
If you or your loved one has been permanently or seriously injured due to a defective medical device please contact the Medical-Legal team at LawMD.
More than 10 of our lawyers are also physicians.
For serious injuries, LawMD is the right medicine for justice.