Defective Medical Devices Litigation Attorneys

New and innovative medical products save lives and benefit many patients, but product testing and quality control measures to assure their safety and effectiveness sometimes fall short, leading to serious or tragic consequences.

Prominent legal cases have involved dangerous pharmaceuticals such as Vioxx, Fen-Phen, Singulair and amiodarone, and you may also have a valid claim based on injuries or death caused by a defective medical device — such as a defective hip replacement system or component, surgical mesh used in hernia operations, pacemaker or defibrillator.

Taking Action For Victims Of Medical Device Defects And Failures To Warn

The Tampa medical device litigation attorneys of Feldman Legal Group. have established a track record of taking decisive legal action for people throughout Florida and Georgia. We stand up to negligent manufacturers by pursuing individual lawsuits and class actions, supporting our efforts with in-depth research, technical knowledge and expert testimony. Our lawyers are prepared to evaluate potential cases involving:

  • Hip replacement implants, systems and components recalled by their manufacturers, including the DePuy ASR hip replacement and resurfacing systems and defective hip replacement system cups from Zimmer Holdings
  • Defective Kugel hernia/surgical mesh patches distributed by C.R. Bard and its subsidiary Davol
  • Recalled Medtronic and Guidant pacemakers and other implanted heart devices
  • Other medical devices suspected of causing death, the need for revision surgery, serious infection or other life-changing consequences

Contact An Experienced Product Liability And Class Action Lawsuit Attorney

If you have been injured or believe a defective medical device may have caused a loved one’s death, severe illness or disability, we want to help and we have the resources to take action for you. Whether or not you have received a product recall notice of some kind, we encourage you to contact us for a free case evaluation today.