Lake Charles Defective Medical Devices Attorney
Technological advances are not always the miracles they are advertised to be. In the rush to get their products on the market, manufacturers of medical devices may take shortcuts in design, testing and quality of components. When the devices fail, the patients who received them may suffer permanent harm or death or endure additional surgery and hardships to remove or replace a device that has been recalled.
If you or your loved one suffered injury from a defective medical device, the product liability attorneys of The Townsley Law Firm can aggressively pursue your legal remedies. Our Lake Charles personal injury practice serves clients in southwest Louisiana and statewide.
Victim of failed medical technology? Contact our Lake Charles office at 337-377-0584 or 800-216-6808 for a free case evaluation.
Defective Medical Device Law Firm In Lake Charles
Manufacturers of medical devices and medical products are accountable for defective design, manufacturing defects or failure to adequately warn medical providers and end users of known problems or likely dangers.
Our product liability team can evaluate claims relating to any dangerous medical product, such as:
- Implantable pacemakers
- Implantable defibrillators
- Implantable pumps
- Artificial hip replacements
- Artificial knee joints
- Transvaginal mesh
- Artificial vertebral disks
Full Compensation For Dangerous Medical Products
We pursue damages for permanent disability, wrongful death or corrective surgery, including medical care costs, lost wages, lasting impairment, pain and suffering, and mental anguish. Our lawyers have diverse medical backgrounds that help us detail the physical and emotional impacts of a failed device and the resulting trauma.
Product liability litigation requires an investment in expert testimony. The Townsley Law Firm has access to medical specialists and experts in industrial design and manufacturing. We can call on these professionals as necessary for settlement negotiations or trial advocacy.