Defective Medical Devices

When a patient relies on a medical device, such as a hip implant or pacemaker, to help them regain health, it can be devastating when those devices fail. It’s difficult enough to undergo surgery to install the device without having to go back to the doctor and get them to surgically correct or replace the device. A defective medical device can make a patient’s health far worse, in many cases, leading to severe injury or even death. The attorneys at Pope McGlamry help people who have suffered medical complications caused from defective implants, hip replacements and other medical products.

If you or a loved one are experiencing pain from a Medical Device, contact us today. We will stand with you to ensure just compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Medical Device Recalls

Defects can be caused by the design or the manufacturing of a product. A design defect occurs when the product is manufactured properly, but fails to operate as it should.  In contrast, a defect can also occur if the manufacturer fails to produce the device correctly. Companies that produce defective devices will often put out a recall on it and set up compensation for patients that have seen adverse results. If you are experiencing pain from a medical device, you may qualify for a claim.

Backed by years of experience, collaborations with medical experts, and  verdicts won for numerous victims, the attorneys of Pope McGlamry offer top quality representation to victims of medical device design defects or manufacturing defects.  Our team will work to recover all possible damages including medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and emotional distress.

Our attorneys have extensive experience representing victims of defective medical devices such as:

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The attorneys at Pope McGlamry want to help you hold the makers of these defective devices accountable for the injuries and suffering they have caused. If you’re looking for a defective medical device lawyer, contact us today by submitting a free case evaluation form.

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