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Faulty Medical Devices & Products
Dangerous and Defective Medical Devices
Lieff Cabraser personal injury attorneys have successfully represented tens of thousands of persons across America seriously injured by defective medical devices, medical products, and medical procedures nationwide, including recipients of heart stents, cardiac defibrillators, pacemakers, and silicon breast, hip and knee implants.
We are currently representing scores of clients across America who received faulty metal hip implants, including the recalled DePuy ASR artificial hip, the DePuy Pinnacle hip implant with the Pinnacle Metal Insert, the Wright Profemur hip, and the Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II hip systems.
We also represent women nationwide who have experienced serious complications and have been forced to undergo additional surgeries due to undisclosed and dangerous side effects from their Mirena IUD or surgical mesh.
Legal Rights of the Injured
The law in most states provides individuals with legal claims and the right to compensation for injuries they suffer as a result of a defective product or the negligence of another. The injured person may file a lawsuit seeking compensation for his or her pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost past and future wages and punitive damages.
Damages Available in Injury Lawsuits
Damages sought against negligent medical device and product manufacturers for producing and selling products with safety defects and health dangers include general and compensatory damages for:
- Past and future physical pain and suffering, mental anguish and physical impairment;
- Past and future medical, incidental and hospital expenses;
- Past and future loss of earnings and earning capacity;
- Punitive damages; and
- Wrongful death when the victim was killed.