Medical Device Lawsuit

Defective Medical Device Injuries

Defective Medical Device Injuries 2016-10-17T11:36:12+00:00

Defective Medical Device Injuries

Every year, sales from medical devices such as heart valves and stents, bone graft material, heart defibrillators and pacemakers, orthopedic joint prosthetics, surgical mesh, and medical infusion devices, just to name a few, bring in a combined total of over $200 billion in revenue worldwide, making one of the most profitable enterprises in the health care industry. It is for this reason that medical device companies are in a constant race to invent the next groundbreaking medical device or make advancements to existing medical devices, even if it comes at a cost to public safety.

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Bijan Esfandiari of Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman echoes the opinion of other legal experts familiar with the Cabana case.

Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman has represented thousands of clients in defective medical device and pharmaceutical cases, as well as illegal and off-label use of drugs and devices, since the late 1980’s against major pharmaceutical companies, such as Alpha Therapeutic; Armour Pharmaceutical Co.; Baxter Healthcare Corporation; Bayer Corporation; Covidien; Cutter Biologicals; Eli Lilly; Forest Labs; GlaxoSmithKline/SmithKline Beecham; Marion Merrell Dow/Richardson-Merrell; Merck; Oclassen; Pfizer; Schering-Plough; Sigma Aldrich; Solvay Pharmaceuticals; Takeda Pharmaceuticals; and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals.

Defective medical devices cases Baum Hedlund has handled:

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Our team of lawyers (including a bioengineer and an registered nurse) handling the defective medical device cases has in depth understanding of biomedical research, clinical trials, statistics, the pharmaceutical industry and marketing, as well as successful and effective discovery procedures and extensive work with experts on complicated scientific issues.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is charged with keeping Americans safe from health hazards posed by defective medical devices. Despite their efforts, the FDA has not been able to keep some defective medical devices from reaching the public. This, coupled with the rush by the medical device industry to make huge profits, can lead to potentially dangerous medical devices reaching the unsuspecting public.

Dangerous medical devices that are in use every day cause catastrophic injuries or even death, and the risk of injury or death is especially high for people that count on medical devices over a long period of time. It is ultimately the responsibility of a medical device company to verify that their product is safe before anyone uses it.

If you or a loved one have been harmed by a defective medical device, or you have had a medical device implanted in an unapproved, off-label manner, you may be entitled to compensation.

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