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Malfunctioning medical equipment is accountable for the injury and death of thousands of people every year in the U.S. Although medical devices have been designed with the purpose of improving your life, their employment can occasionally have the opposite result.

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Defective Medical Equipment Causes Severe Injuries to Over 4,500 People in the U.S. Annually

According to a research conducted by the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System and the Sports & Fitness Industry Association, half of the accidents involving malfunctioning medical devices take place at home, while approximately 1,500 occur on public property such as hospitals or medical centers. Regarding the number of deaths attributed to defective medical equipment, a 2016 FDA investigation has revealed that plenty of hospitals and health care companies in the U.S. are underreporting it, labeling patient deaths as "injuries".

Unfortunate accidents may occur when medical equipment failed to be properly tested before its marketing, when it is not employed for the purpose it was created, as well as when it is used inappropriately by people who are not trained in this respect. Injuries can range from minor to severe and may often result in death. If your health has been considerably affected by malfunctioning medical equipment, our attorneys can provide support and quality representation in order to help you receive the compensation you deserve.


How Do We Carry Out Faulty Medical Equipment Cases?

  • Whether you have suffered an injury following the use of a medical device and are willing to take legal recourse or would simply like to find out more about the process, we highly encourage you to contact us.
  • After we gather all the necessary information from you, such as the exact device you used, the name of the manufacturer and how your injury occurred, we will conduct additional research in order to discover any missing details which might ensure the success of your case.
  • Following the submission of your case, a settlement between our party and the responsible company will ensue and you will soon receive the compensation you deserve. If an agreement cannot be reached, your case will go to trial.

Consultation & Advice

Due to improper testing, medical equipment with manufacturing defects often fails, which leads to serious injury for the person using it. If you have suffered such an accident, we strongly encourage you to seek legal assistance. Our dedicated attorneys will provide you with quality legal representation and will do all in their power to recover just compensation for your injury from the responsible parties.

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