Medical Device Lawsuits
Medical Device Injuries | Medical Device Recall | Harmful Medical Devices | Harmful Medical Product Lawsuit
Medical devices like artificial hips, surgical robots and medical scopes are intended to improve the lives of patients. But occasionally, these products end up doing serious physical harm to those they were intended to help. Medical device injuries can occur because a product wasn’t adequately tested prior to coming to market. In other instances, manufacturing problems can produce a device that does not perform as intended. In either case, manufacturers have a responsibility to ensure that their products are safe and effective.
When medical devices fail, filing a medical device lawsuit can allow injured victims to obtain the compensation they need to cover their medical treatment, rehabilitation and other damages related to their complications. But no matter how strong your case, you’re unlikely to succeed in any fight against a big medical device company without strong legal representation on your side.
Free Legal Consultations by Southern Med Law
Southern Med Law is a law firm that advocates for the rights of consumers who’ve been seriously injured by defective medical products. The staff at Southern Med Law is not only trained in successfully handling your legal needs but also understand the pain and suffering and treatment from a medical point of view. As a practicing attorney and doctor, Dr. François Blaudeau possesses a unique understanding of the medical and legal questions at issue in medical device claims. Because this knowledge, Southern Med Law was one of the first law firms to investigate injuries caused during robotic surgeries and the dangers of power morcellation in hysterectomy procedures. It is this in-depth knowledge that is tantamount to a successful legal representation that protects the rights of the injured. Southern Med Law now offers free legal consultations to those who have been injured due to a defective drug, medical device, or harmful product. Call 1-205-547-5525 or fill out our online form located on the www.southernmedlaw.com website.