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You rely on your doctor to recommend ways to improve and maintain your health. When you receive a medical device, you have a reasonable expectation that it will not cause undue harm and injury. Every year, defective medical devices injure and kill people across the country.
To find out if you have a claim to pursue injury compensation, please call our experienced Greenville defective medical device attorneys at (252) 777-2222.
What Is Considered Defective?
Defective medical device cases may be based on:
- Defective design
- Manufacturing defect
- Insufficient instructions and/or warnings
To pursue compensation for your personal injury case, we will fight to show how the defect in the device led to your injury. The types of defects listed above demonstrate how a dangerous flaw can arise at various points in the making, distributing and selling of a product. A medical device can be faulty and dangerous because of some design flaw or a mistake in the making of the product. Many other defective medical device claims arise from a lack of warnings or instructions, which can unexpectedly lead to an injury or serious medical problem.
Fighting for Maximum Compensation in Medical Device Claims
As lawyers with decades of experience in our field, we know how to investigate your case to find out who is at fault in causing the defect that injured you. Manufacturers, sellers, and device designers are just a few parties within the chain of distribution who may ultimately be held accountable.
In a defective product claim, you can pursue compensation for the losses and effects of the injury you suffered, such as:
- Medical expenses
- Expenses related to living with a disability
- Loss of wages
- Pain and suffering
Our Greenville dangerous medical device lawyers have 60 years of combined experience among them. Our law firm has advocated for victims of injury caused by several defective medical devices, including:
We put all of our knowledge, resources, and experience to work in fighting for compensation on your behalf.