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Florida Defective Medical Device Lawyers

Have you been injured by a defective medical device or implant?  For more than 40 years, the Florida personal injury lawyers at Gilman Law LLP have successfully represented victims of faulty medical devices, including hip and knee replacements surgical meshes, defibrillators, pacemakers,  and stents.  If you or someone you love were injured, disabled or died as a result of a defective medical device, the makers of that product may be liable for your pain suffering.  Filing a defective medical device lawsuit could enable you and your family to recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages, emotional distress, and even wrongful death.

Gilman Law LLP’s long and successful track record of representing victims of dangerous and defective medical devices is due, in part, to our commitment to standing up for people injured as a result of the negligence of large, powerful corporations. We also have the experience and resources required to pursue large, complex cases.  The Florida defective medical device lawyers at Gilman Law LLP offer free legal consultations to anyone injured as the result of defective medical products.  To learn more about your rights, we urge you to contact the Florida defective medical device lawyers at Gilman Law LLP today.

Defective Medical Device Lawsuits

A medical device is defined as any instrument, machine, apparatus, implant, or other object intended to treat or prevent a disease or condition.  Medical devices are regulated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH).  But even with FDA regulation, faulty and defective medical devices make it to market with disturbing frequency.   In certain cases, the FDA even allows medical devices to come to market without human testing

A medical device may be defective for any number of reasons.  A design defect may result in a device that is inherently dangerous as soon as it hits the marketing. Manufacturing defects, on the other hand, make an otherwise safe product dangerous.  In both cases, however, defects are usually not uncovered until a medical device has been used on or implanted in thousands of patients.  As a result, a single poorly designed or manufactured medical devices has the potential to harm large numbers of people

The Florida defective medical device lawyers at Gilman Law LLP are currently investigating injuries and deaths related to the following medical devices:

  • Metal-on Metal hip implants, including the DePuy ASR XL Acetabular System and an all-metal version of the DePuy Pinnacle implant
  • Heart and Brain Stents
  • Defibrillators
  • Pacemakers
  • Infusion and Pain Pumps
  • Knee Implants
  • Syringes
  • Tissue Transplants
  • Contraceptive Devices, Including NuvaRing and IUDs
  • Breast Implants
  • Medtronic Inc.’s Infuse Bone Growth Product.
  • Transvaginal Mesh Products

If you or someone you love suffered a serious injury because of a medical device, we urge you to contact the Florida defective medical device lawyers at Gilman Law LLP as soon as personal. Our personal injury lawyers have extensive experience litigating and resolving claims in Florida and throughout the U.S. concerning injuries caused by faulty medical products.   Filing a defective medical device injury lawsuit may be the only way you and your family will receive the compensation and answers you deserve.

Legal Help for Victims of Defective Drug Injuries

In Florida, personal injury lawsuits, including those involving defective medical devices, are subject to strict statutes of limitations.  To increase your odds of obtaining the full compensation the law allows, it’s vital you contact the experienced Florida defective medical device lawyers at Gilman Law LLP today.  The attorneys and professional staff of Gilman Law LLP are available now to answer all of your legal questions.  Please complete our online form or contact Gilman Law LLP at (888) 252-0084 for your free, confidential, no-obligation case evaluation with one of our defective medical device attorneys today.