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Defective Medical Device Overview
Pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers and distributors promote their products as life-changing — they’re meant to enhance your life, increase your mobility and freedom, eliminate inconveniences, and ease your pain.
But all too often these medical drugs and devices hinder your life more than they help it. Defective medical drugs and devices can cause unexpected and painful side effects, some of which are debilitating or fatal.
Dangerous and defective medical drugs and devices contribute to America having the most expensive medical system in the world. While scientific and medical advancements have revolutionized health care and are often an incredible benefit for our society, these medical advancements have also caused a rise in injuries, diseases, and deaths from poorly tested, badly regulated, and rushed-to-market products by manufacturers only interested in their bottom lines.
Medical drug and device manufacturers often describe their dangerous products as innovative or cutting-edge, while hiding the fact that they sell these “innovations” to patients without proper testing and, sometimes, knowing the device will cause injuries or deaths.
Defective Medical Device Lawyers at Carter Law Group
Carter Law Group holds these manufacturers accountable to the people they’ve injured—you. If you or your family is suffering from debilitating, painful side effects or injuries from a medical drug or device or have had unplanned or corrective surgeries to address a dangerous or defective device, the experienced and compassionate attorneys at Carter Law Group can help you hold those manufacturers accountable.
Below is information on our current investigations and lawsuits. For extensive information on each topic, click on the links below.
Please visit our Education and Resources page for additional information on medical device recalls issued by the Food & Drug Administration, as well as other information regarding defective and dangerous medical devices and the litigation associated with them.