If you or a loved one has been injured by any of the medical devices listed below, you may be able to file a lawsuit seeking compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering and lost wages.
Attorneys across the country are investigating allegations that the following products suffer from design and/or manufacturing defects or weren’t sold with adequate warnings. When a medical device company fails to make sure its products are free from defects, those injured as a result may be able to sue. It’s important to note that most lawsuits involving medical devices aren’t class actions, but rather individual lawsuits seeking compensation (medical bills, physical pain, etc.) specific to the patient’s injuries. (You can find out why most cases involving medical devices aren’t class actions by reading this article.)
If you or a loved one was injured by any of the medical devices listed below, get in touch with us today by filling out this form.
More than 30,000 women have filed lawsuits against makers of transvaginal mesh devices after suffering mesh erosion, vaginal scarring, pain, and other complications following surgery.
Attorneys looking to push the litigation involving Essure forward need to speak with any woman who was implanted with the permanent birth control device and suffered serious complications.
Stryker Corp. has recalled two metal hip replacement components because they may corrode, causing damage to bodily tissue and manifesting symptoms of pain and swelling.
Patients who were implanted with DePuy Orthopaedics' Pinnacle Acetabular Cup System and suffered from hip implant failure or other complications may have legal recourse.
Thousands of lawsuits have been filed against DePuy Orthopaedics Inc., a unit of Johnson & Johnson, since the company recalled nearly 93,000 ASR hip replacements in August 2010 due to a high failure rate.
The attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating potential lawsuits on behalf of patients who were implanted with any metal-on-metal hip replacements manufactured by Biomet, DePuy, Smith & Nephew, Stryker, and Wright Medical.
Hundreds of lawsuits have been filed over injuries connected to retrievable inferior vena cava (IVC) filters made by C.R. Bard and Cook Medical. The suits say the devices are "defective and unreasonably dangerous" and seek compensation for patients who suffered complications from the filters.
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