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Defective Medical Device
Unfortunately, not all of the medical devices used on and implanted inside people are adequately tested before they reach the market, leading to injured patients. We handle the following types of defective medical device cases: Call us today at (800) 718-4658 if you or a loved one was injured or killed by one of the above defective medical devices. You may be entitled to a financial recovery. You can also talk with our live chat, email us at info@personalinjurylawcal.com or complete the case evaluation form on the right.

Our No Fee Promise

Our no fee promise means that we don’t charge a fee if we don’t obtain a recovery. Our services are free unless we obtain financial compensation for you. Our only fee is a small percentage of any recovery we obtain for you.

How We Can Obtain A Recovery For You

Manufacturers of medical devices are strictly liable in California for injuries their devices cause because of a design defect, a manufacturing defect, insufficient instructions or insufficient warnings. A product with a manufacturing defect had something unintended go wrong during the manufacturing process. A product with a design defect is defective by design when manufactured properly and as intended. Products in California must contain sufficient usage instructions and sufficient warnings about any dangers they pose.

We Know The Best Doctors

You may need extensive medical treatment as a result of your injuries which were caused by a defective medical device. We know all of the best doctors in California who work on a lien. This means they won’t charge for their services until your case is over. Doctors do this because they trust us to obtain large settlements for our clients because we’ve been proving to them that we do this consistently for decades now.

Defective Medical Device Lawsuits

We can help obtain financial compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering, medical bills, defective medical device removal and more. Call us today at (800) 718-4658 for a free consultation. You might be entitled to financial compensation.