Defective Medical Devices

Lawsuits Against Defective Medical Device Manufacturers and Doctors

Everyday, people purchase products and services trusting that the individuals who created it made it safe and effective. When products are made incorrectly or negligently, the damage can be minimal or life-threatening. In the industry of medical device manufacturing, the damages associated with defective products can be fatal. If you or someone you love was severely injured after receiving a defective medical device, consult an experienced products liability attorney to learn more about your rights. Call 800-298-0111 or chat with us below for more information.

Medical Devices Use & the FDA

There are many factors associated with the decision to use a medical device. This process should be carefully decided between you and your medical provider. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has the legal authority to regulate medical devices and electronic radiation-emitting products. The FDA has also set into place regulatory controls for medical devices in the United States.  Unfortunately, the information provided to the FDA is not always 100% accurate.  When information is withheld during the approval process, this can lead to gross misleading of the public and serious irreparable harm.

Defective Medical Device Lawsuits

Thousands of lawsuits have and will continue to be filed against medical device manufacturers with the goal of compensating patients who have been injured using their products. Some manufacturers have class action lawsuits pending against them, and others have been combined into a multidistrict litigation (MDL). Other cases are brought individually against the doctors who had information regarding risks but failed to disclose it to the patient.

At the present time, the medical device cases we are evaluating and assisting with include the following:

If you have been injured by another medical device, feel free to call and discuss it with us as well.

Devices Under Recall

The FDA will issue press releases on medical device recalls  both voluntary and involuntary, when they have determined a product is too dangerous on the market as is. This does not always mean the manufacturer has to stop selling the product, nor that it has caused an injury to you by use, but rather, that the manufacturer must make some sort of changes to the way it is manufactured and/or marketed.  If you are using a medical device subject to recall, you should review the FDA recall notice and follow the instructions therein regarding continued use and/or return of the device.

Attorneys for Defective Medical Devices

At Simmons and Fletcher, P.C., we have been serving personal injury victims in Texas since 1979. We understand the complexities and damages associated with defective medical devices and believe that negligent manufacturers should be held accountable for their actions. If we cannot represent you, we will help you find an attorney who will.

Defective medical devices have the potential to cause life-threatening, and sometimes fatal injuries. No patient suffering injuries due to the negligence of a medical device manufacturer should have to face the situation alone. Call 800-298-0111 or chat with us below to learn more about your rights.