Defective Medical Devices
Defective medical devices have the potential to cause catastrophic medical complications and in some tragic cases, death. At Viadro Law, LLP, we aim to hold manufacturers, distributors and medical professionals accountable for the damages their negligence has caused.
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Oakland DePuy Hip Implant Recall Attorneys
The manufacturers of medical devices have a responsibility to make sure their products are safe through design and testing processes. If any potential dangers are identified, it is their duty to warn people of the possibility that using the product could cause harm.
At Viadro Law, LLP, our team of products liability lawyers represents those who have been injured when manufacturers, distributors and medical professionals are negligent in these duties.
One example of a defective medical device that has caused serious damage to victims is DePuy hip implants. Although DePuy recalled the problematic product, thousands of people were affected by a defect of which DePuy was previously aware.
Another example of a defective medical product is Infuse, a material approved by the FDA for use in lower back surgery that is now being used in multilevel neck injuries. In some cases, the material causes an overgrowth of bone, which leads to severe pain and other medical problems.
In recent years, a number of women have also been harmed by transvaginal mesh products, which have been shown to contribute a number of serious health complications. Many of these women have filed personal injury lawsuits to pursue compensation for the physical and emotional harm they have suffered.
When you work with our law firm, we will use our years of experience and the assistance of sophisticated experts to determine the impact your injuries have had on your life. We will then diligently identify all parties that may be responsible for the defective medical device or product being used in your treatment.
Contact Our Compassionate Medical Product Failure Lawyers
To contact the Oakland attorneys for defective medical devices at Viadro Law, LLP, fill out our online form or call us at 510-907-9577 or 888-353-2158 toll-free. All of our initial consultations are free and confidential. We take cases on a contingency basis, meaning that you do not pay any fees unless we recover damages on your behalf.