When you are implanted with a medical device by a trusted surgeon, you assume the product will help – not hinder – your health issues. However, many medical devices and products on the market today are improperly designed, manufactured or tested, creating more health problems than they actually solve.

In several cases each year, a flawed or defective medical device will be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In fact, the standards used to determine whether a device is approved or banned by the FDA are not as strict as you might think.

Today, many medical devices and products approved by the FDA are later recalled, leading those already implanted with the device to face a complicated replacement or revision surgery. Other patients are subjected to serious, potentially hazardous side effects.

If you or a loved one has been implanted with a faulty medical device or subjected to serious side effects as a result of an unsafe medical product, you need a powerful product liability attorney on your side, fighting for the rights you deserve.

Defective Medical Device Attorneys in Greensboro, N.C.

The product liability attorneys at Ward Black Law have the experience and resources necessary to handle your defective medical device case. Our experienced legal team is standing by to answer your questions, conduct a free case review and quickly help you file your product liability claim and/or lawsuit. You may reach Ward Black Law by phone: 336-333-2244, 800-531-9191 (toll-free); contact form; or email: info@wardblacklaw.com.

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