Indianapolis Defective Medical Product Lawyer

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Our attorneys have represented hundreds of Indiana victims who have been injured as a result of defective products and dangerous devices. An experienced Indianapolis defective medical device lawyer, such as those at our top-rate law firm, can help you recover for your injuries. With the proliferation and increased accessibility of medical devices, more people than ever are using them to improve their health and quality of life. However, the use of medical devices does not always go as planned and some devices can cause more harm than good to consumers.

Even the FDA Doesn’t Catch Everything

Even if a medical device is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), it may have an unintended effect. If you believe a defective medical device has contributed to or caused your personal injuries, one of our experienced personal injury attorneys can help you gather the facts in your case and put together an effective personal injury or wrongful death claim.

Contact the Indiana law office of William “Bill” Hurst today to schedule a free initial consultation with a skilled personal injury attorney. ¡Hablamos Español!

The Experience You Want and the Compassion You Need

Our Indiana law office has handled a broad range of claims involving defective medical devices and products, helping people who have suffered damages caused by:

  • Postoperative shoulder pain pumps, including Stryker pain pumps
  • Norplant, a birth control device
  • Kugel Mesh hernia patch
  • Pain pump failures, including Medtronic devices
  • Mentor ObTape polypropelene mesh, which is used to treat incontinence, but has been shown to cause urinary tract erosion
  • Pacemakers
  • Artificial hips
  • Artificial joints

Looking for recent news on defective products? Click here to read more information. If you need to report a defective product, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission can point you in the right direction. To search the federal website for all product recalls click here.

We have more than 35 years of experience representing personal injury, wrongful death and malpractice victims throughout Indiana. If you believe your safety was put at risk by a defective medical device, we have the experience and resources you need to bring forth an effective claim. Call an experienced Indianapolis defective medical device lawyer today or contact us here.

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16 May

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13 May

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24 Apr

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