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Medical Device Product Liability Attorney

Medical devices have revolutionized healthcare. Severely arthritic or injured individuals have regained mobility from knee and hip replacements. People with heart problems can enjoy normal lives with the help of implanted pacemakers and defibrillators.

Some medical device manufacturers, however, have designed, manufactured, and sold medical devices that are defective and injure the people they are supposed to help. Manufacturers do not design a device intending that it injure the patients, what typically happens is the device is not adequately tested and once a large number of patients begin using the device, problems are discovered. Some manufacturers, instead of recalling the device and compensating people for the damages suffered, cover up the problem, and pay claims only after the injured person hires a lawyer and sues the manufacturer. Once that happens, you need an experienced medical device attorney to evaluate and handle your claim.

Experienced in Medical Device Litigation

Our New Jersey Class Action Lawyers are experienced defective medical device implant attorneys and we will review your case free of charge. If we decided to take on your case we take it on a contingency fee basis which means that we don’t get paid unless we successfully obtain a recovery for you. We are currently accepting cases for the following medical implants:

Our attorneys have the knowledge, expertise, and resources necessary to handle the most complex personal injury claims, including product liability cases involving defective medical devices. We have represented clients in personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits against the designers and manufacturers of numerous products. Some of the medical devices we are investigating include defective vaginal mesh implants, bladder slings, defibrillators, pacemakers, hip and knee replacement prostheses, jaw implants, hernia mesh, and cosmetic implants.

We are committed to representing your interests while forcing those responsible for your injuries to take accountability for their conduct. Call 973-228-0391 for more information.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective or dangerous drug, contact a New Jersey Defective Medical Device Lawyer today for a free consultation.