Alabama Defective Medical Device Lawyers
Defective & Malfunctioning Medical Devices
When we get sick and go to the hospital, we trust we'll leave there healthier and feeling better than we did when we went in. Sometimes, in order to help a patient's health improve, medical devices are used or implanted to fulfill a need—such as a pacemaker or an artificial joint—and we trust those devices are safe and will improve the quality of our lives.
Sometimes, however, a defective medical device is implanted or used in a patient and the results are catastrophic. In these cases, the very device intended to help someone ends up seriously injuring or even killing them.
Negligence in the design or manufacturing process can result in Alabama defective medical device injuries. Even worse, sometimes defects are known and then covered up by a company in order to sell as many units as possible before an inevitable recall.
At Cory Watson Crowder & DeGaris our Alabama defective medical device lawyers believe the makers of these dangerous medical devices should be held accountable for the products they push onto the market. Call us today. We want to help.
If you or someone you care about has been seriously harmed by a defective medical device, the Birmingham personal injury lawyers at Cory Watson Crowder & DeGaris are ready to fight for you. Pick up the phone and call us at (800) 852-6299 or fill out our free initial consultation form.
As a leading national injury law firm, we serve clients throughout the country as well as locally, including Birmingham and Blount, Jefferson, Shelby, Tuscaloosa, and Walker counties. It takes just minutes to fill out the brief form and the initial conversation is free.