Medical implants, prosthetics, and biotechnology have revolutionized medicine. With these tools, many patients have healthy mobility and function restored that would have been impossible decades before. However, the sale of medical devices is highly competitive, causing some manufacturers and developers to spend more time and money on advertising and sales than they do on research and development. In fact, data released by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services indicates that drug and medical device companies paid more than twice as much money to doctors and hospitals than was invested in research on the products being sold. This conflict of interest can cause many unsafe devices to be on the market, and patients are unknowingly acting as test subjects. The results can be catastrophic.

Class III medical devices that may pose a high risk to patients include (but are not limited to):

  • Hernia Mesh
  • Pacemakers
  • Breast Implants
  • Artificial Knee or Hip Joints
  • Defibrillators
  • Heart Stents
  • Insulin Pumps

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In all cases involving medical device failure, it’s essential to carefully consider and investigate all parties involved, retain key evidence, and understand the best medical practices and recommendations of the time. Our experienced attorneys have unique backgrounds which enable them to effectively handle complex cases surrounding medical device failure. Don’t hesitate; a statute of limitations may limit the time period during which you can receive compensation. Contact us to set up a free consultation today.

Resources to Monitor Product Recalls and
Medical Device Safety.


United States Consumer Product Safety Commission

Our Results

Over the years, we have successfully resolved numerous claims for our clients involving failures with defective hip implants, knee implants, and defective vaginal mesh products.