Defective Medical Devices

Defective Medical DevicesMillions of Americans live with medical devices implanted in their bodies. Some of the most common medical devices include intrauterine devices (IUD), hip replacements, IVC filters, and breast implants. Other medical devices are not implanted in the body but used as tools during surgical procedures. Whatever the case may be, we, as patients and consumers, are lead to believe that these devices are both efficacious and safe, with the greatest emphasis being on safe. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Although the FDA closely monitors medical devices, it is still possible for these devices to be defective in their design, manufacturing process, or marketing strategy. Currently, there are lawsuits nationwide over a number of different medical devices, including:

Where to Go for Help

If you or a loved one have experienced complications from a medical device, the attorneys at Reich & Binstock are here to help you. Our attorneys have over 30 years of experience and will work with you every step of the way, from your initial consultation through the successful conclusion of your case.