Medical Device Malfunction LawyersMedical products and devices are supposed to protect us and our families. Sadly, as is the case with some medical professionals, there are some medical devices that are flawed and cause more harm than good. Thousands of patients have been injured over the years by malfunctioning medical devices. Our Pennsylvania defective medical device lawyers can help if you or a loved one is the victim of a dangerous medical device.
Pacemakers, stents, defibrillators, and medication pumps are just a few of the common medical devices that malfunction causing severe injury or death to patients. Sometimes a medication overdose can occur, or the machine administering the medication, or keeping your heart beating, could stop working.
While recalls do help protect you and your loved ones they are sadly sometimes too late. If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a recalled or dangerous medical device you need to consult with an experienced our Pennsylvania medical device malfunction attorneys as you could receive compensation.
Our PA Defective Medical Device Lawyers Can HelpOur attorneys are experienced in both product liability as well as medical malpractice so we will be able to get you the compensation you deserve. We have prosecuted numerous cases of this nature and can honestly pledge to you, without any equivocation, that should we accept your case, we will make completely sure that you get the justice you deserve.
For these reasons, when you retain the PA dangerous medical device injury attorneys at the Pisanchyn Law Firm you know that you have a first-rate Law Firm that will fiercely pursue your rights and the money you deserve. As we have pledged, you will never pay a fee until we win your case.
Please, call our local numbers in Milford, Pottsville, Lock Haven, Montrose, Stroudsburg, Bloomsburg, Wilkes-Barre, and Scranton for a free consultation. You can also call us toll free at 1-800-444-5309 as we represent all Pennsylvania residents.
For updated information on recalled products be sure to visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission's website.
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