Modern technology has allowed for implantable medical devices to be engineered and manufactured to precision standards. Despite the intense design and development efforts that go into these products, some fail to perform adequately after surgery. The result? Discomfort, pain and injury, which often require additional surgery. In more extreme cases, a defective medical product or implant can result in a patient’s death.
At Boxer & Gerson, LLP, our personal injury experts have extensive expertise in obtaining compensation for people who have suffered economic and non-economic losses resulting from defective medical products. We have the experience and medical resources needed to address the challenging technical issues in such cases, and we work with determination to obtain maximum compensation for each client.
We represent clients in a wide range of cases involving defective medical products. They include:
Most product liability cases hinge on the findings and testimony of technical experts. In cases involving a defective medical product, this technical expertise plays the central role. When representing you, our firm will work with experts in biomedical engineering, materials science, surgery and other appropriate disciplines. These professionals can identify the root cause of product failure and if necessary, support the litigation effort in court testimony. Our attorneys detail these experts’ findings to great effect throughout the legal process. In addition, our firm will calculate your financial losses and place a value on your pain, suffering and other non-economic losses for inclusion in your claim. Our goal is to obtain full compensation and justice for the losses you have suffered.
In recent years, manufacturers have issued recalls for the following hip replacement products:
If you have experienced pain, clicking noises, joint dislocation or other ill effects in your hip after replacement surgery, see your doctor. Then call Boxer & Gerson, LLP at 888-326-0229 for a free consultation.
For a free consultation about a defective medical product, contact Boxer & Gerson, LLP.