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When you buy a product, you have certain rights as a consumer and the most basic of it is the right to be safe while using the item. A defective product can be dangerous and will increase the risk of a significant personal injury. Our defective products attorneys believe you deserve the best possible representation.

hHw do medical device defects occur?

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) require manufacturers and sellers to notify the FDA when there are chances of device flaws. These instances consist of the use of a device which can result on illness, injury, or even fatal consequences. The manufacturers are then asked to submit Medical Device Reports (MDR) to the FDA which will be published as a notice for the public. The FDA receives about 100,000 MDRs annually. Some examples of defective medical devices are the following but not limited to:

  • Transvaginal Mesh
  • Hip Replacements
  • Talc Baby powder
  • IVC filters
  • Hip Implants & Hip System
  • Hip Implant
  • Essure
  • Attune knee system
  • Taxotere
  • Zofran

Medical products liability

The need for defective product lawyer arises when a patient is injured from a defective medical product or drug but did not receive sufficient warning about the product’s possible defects or dangerous side effects. As a patient, everyone has the right to make an informed choice about the medical treatment. If you never received the information necessary to make an informed decision and suffered harm as a result, one is entitled to have the legal rights.

You need a product liability lawyer to fight for you in this difficult time. They’ll help you pursue the justice and compensation you deserve. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the undue complications from the defective products and more, get in touch with the team of Bernstein, DeCailly & Marshall, PLLC to know more about how you can maximize the chances of settling the cases.

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