In recent years, several large scale medical device cases have begun in different arenas. Some major ones include transvaginal mesh and slings, as well as defective hip replacements. At Clark, Love & Hutson, PLLC we have been at the forefront of these cases as national leaders in the fight to hold medical device companies accountable for negligence and malfeasance that deeply hurt patients nationwide.
The FDA places a large portion of the responsibility for the testing and research of devices onto the manufacturer. It is not uncommon for these companies to cut corners and hurry timelines in an effort to boost profits, at the detriment of the product and its safety for patients. Our attorneys have the industry knowledge and legal understanding to identify these occurrences and fight for compensation for those who have been hurt or affected by them.
What Our Defective Medical Devices Lawyers Do
Our defective medical device litigation efforts are focused on proving that the manufacturer put a product on the market that was defectively designed or manufactured or lacked the proper clinical testing. We find the evidence to strengthen these claims and win results for our clients.
We are national leaders in vaginal mesh and hip replacement litigation, aggressively fighting to correct the severe wrongs these victims have suffered. The pain each client has experienced is deep and lasting, and we are committed to recovering compensation for that injury.
We take the time to sit down with each client and understand the individual’s circumstances and story. We file individual claims on our client’s behalf, ensuring that his or her claim is individually represented, rather than lumped in with mass tort, and damages are awarded to him or her specifically.
We network with the appropriate professionals and health care providers to build a case upon solid evidence and expert opinion. We are not intimidated by large companies, and our skilled litigators are prepared to take cases to trial, aggressively fighting for a successful verdict.
To arrange a free initial consultation to discuss your case, please call our firm today at 888-529-5222.