When you get sick and go to the hospital, you trust you’ll leave healthier and feeling better. Sometimes, in order to help a patient’s health improve, medical device implants, such as pacemakers and artificial joints, are used as replacements. Unfortunately, these devices are sometimes cause more harm than good.
The lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys represents people injured by dangerous, defective, or recalled medical devices.
We investigate all injuries caused by defective medical devices, regardless of whether or not a device has been recalled. With over 30 years of legal experience, we’re ready to fight for the maximum possible compensation for your medical device lawsuit. Give us a call at (877) 562-0000 or complete our initial consultation form to get started now.
Dangerous Effects of Defective Medical Devices
When a defective medical device is implanted or used in a patient the results can be catastrophic. In these cases, a device intended to help someone ends up causing serious injuries or death.
Negligence in the design or manufacturing process can result in defective medical device injuries. Even worse, some defects are known and subsequently covered up by a company so it can sell as many units as possible before an inevitable recall or public outcry.
At Cory Watson Attorneys, our defective medical device lawyers believe the makers of these dangerous medical devices should be held accountable for the products they push onto the market. Don’t pay out of pocket for a medical device manufacturer’s negligence before talking to us. Our team can review your case and help protect your rights and get you the compensation for your injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering that you deserve.
We Want to Help
If you or someone you care about has been seriously harmed by a defective medical device, the personal injury lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys are ready to fight for you. Don’t wait to contact us—give us a call at (877) 562-0000 or fill out our free initial consultation form to get started with your defective medical device claim today.