Defective Medical Devices
When the human body is altered with manufactured items—be they medical devices used in operations and surgery, or surgical implants—a chain of trust is built.
The patient trusts the healthcare professionals to use good judgment in selecting a safe device or implant. The doctor trusts salespeople to provide accurate information about the product. And everyone trusts the manufacturer to design and construct the product in such a way that it will not knowingly cause harm.
If this chain of trust breaks, the results can be devastating and long lasting for the patient. At Kolsby Gordon, we are uniquely-suited to help those who have been hurt by medical implants or medical devices. We have a strong track record in this area, and rare expertise: our legal team includes two board-certified medical doctors who are also fully-qualified attorneys.
Thanks to this expertise and our profound understanding of the legal issues involved in medical cases, we have developed a national reputation for succeeding in the most challenging medical malpractice cases. Please call us if you think you may have been injured by a defective medical device or implant.
Defective Medical Devices Cases
- Patient who suffered nerve damage from faulty surgical device receives $7.5 million settlement
- Six-figure settlement after faulty surgical tool leads to infection and death.
- Kolsby Gordon represents numerous plaintiffs in Dow Corning breast implant cases.