Medical Devices Can Be Dangerous To Your Health
Defective medical devices can cause serious injuries and in some cases death. We represent clients who have been victims of dangerous medical devices. We also represent those people who have lost loved ones because of these defective products. When you put your trust in a manufacturer of medical devices, you’re not expecting to become ill, injured or to die. Manufacturers of medical devices should be held accountable when their products fail. These companies need to be held responsible.
Experienced Trial Lawyers Fighting Device Failure
At Paoli Law Firm, P.C., we have helped numerous clients fight corporations and insurance companies and seek justice for their cases. We’ve fought cases and won. We are experienced trial lawyers who treat every case as if we need to prepare for court, so we are always ready for that eventuality. To learn what your rights are in a defective medical device case, speak to one of our attorneys.
Some Types Of Medical Device Failures
The FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) website notes product recalls and recent problems with medical devices. Paoli Law Firm, P.C. has experience building strong cases against the manufacturers of the failed devices. We represent clients with many varied injuries and illness. Here is a small sampling of the medical device failure cases we have handled:
- Johnson & Johnson and DePuy metal-on-metal hip implant cases including those involving the ASR and Pinnacle devices
- Johnson & Johnson baby powder products causing ovarian cancer
- Implanted heart stents
- Exposure to chemicals and radiation emissions
- Defective knee and hip replacements
- Artificial heart valves
- Pacemaker batteries
- Prescription or diet drugs
Don’t Let Time Run Out
In Montana, a three-year statute of limitations exists. This means you have three years from the date of the injury to bring a case against the negligent party. Don’t delay. Contact us to discuss your medical device case with a lawyer.
We generally handle injury claims on a contingent fee basis. This means our fee is a percentage of what we recover for you. If you don’t recover, you owe no attorney’s fees.