Columbus Defective Medical Device Attorneys
The medical device industry has provided doctors with a variety of implantable devices to help patients deal with a wide range of diseases, conditions and medical issues such as birth control. These devices, while offering hope, can result in injury, when they are not well-designed or manufactured or they have not been fully tested.
Common types of medical devices that have caused injury and death to patients include:
- Hip and knee replacements
- Birth control devices (NuvaRing, Mirena)
- IVC filters
- Transvaginal mesh
- Infuse bone graft
The Potential Risks Of Off-Label Use
Beyond insufficient testing or lack of rigorous manufacturing standards, some medical device manufacturers have been found to have promoted their devices for uses they were not approved for. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves medical devices for only certain uses. This has not prevented manufacturers from pushing doctors to use their device for unapproved uses to boost sales. These off-label uses can lead to serious injury or death.
We Have Obtained Tens Of Millions Of Dollars For Our Clients
At Colley Shroyer & Abraham, our dangerous medical products lawyers have been fighting for the rights of the injured since 1977. Our more than 150 years of combined experience allow our attorneys to construct exceptionally effective cases even when the circumstances are as complex as those involving dangerous medical devices. We understand how to clearly identify and gather the necessary evidence to illustrate to a judge and jury how a defendant has harmed our client.
For more information on how we have helped people, turn to our verdicts and settlements page.
Contact The Columbus Defective Medical Device Lawyers Of Colley Shroyer & Abraham
If you or a loved one was harmed by a defective medical device, the attorneys of Colley Shroyer & Abraham can help you craft a strong case to help you recover the maximum compensation. For a free initial consultation, call 877-450-2697, toll free at 614-678-5072 or simply contact us online.
We take all cases on a contingency basis, which means that we do not receive any attorney fees unless we win your case.