Defective Medical Devices
Dangerous and Defective Surgical Implants and Other Medical Devices
Modern medical technology saves lives and provides relief from pain and a return to productive living for many injured and sick people. Unfortunately, manufacturers may prioritize corporate profits over patient safety, leading to serious personal injury or wrongful death caused by defective medical devices.
At the Alabama law firm of Burke, Harvey & Frankowski, our experienced and skilled trial attorneys offer sound legal guidance and dedicated representation to clients in Alabama and throughout the United States who have suffered injury or the loss of a loved one due to a defective medical device.
We invite you to contact our offices in Birmingham today to schedule a free consultation with an experienced attorney who can answer your questions and provide a careful evaluation of your case.
You will pay no legal fees or costs until we obtain a financial settlement or jury award on your personal injury or wrongful death claim or lawsuit against the manufacturer of a defective medical device.
Defective Medical Device Litigation
The team at Burke, Harvey & Frankowski can explain your rights and legal options in pursuing real recovery in an insurance claim or lawsuit arising out of injury or death caused by defective medical devices such as:
- Shoulder pain pumps (known to cause chrondrolysis or destruction of cartilage)
- Kugel hernia mesh
- Mentor urinary incontinence sling cases
- Malfunctioning surgical implants of all kinds
Medical device manufacturers and their insurers have a vested interest in fighting your claim for compensation. It may take a dedicated team with a proven track record of success to stand up for your rights.
Contact Us Today
We invite you to call Burke, Harvey & Frankowski at 205-588-8671 or toll free at 888-880-9046 for an informative consultation with an experienced dangerous medical product liability trial lawyer. You may also contact us by e-mail for answers to your important questions or to schedule an appointment.