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Defective Medical Device Attorney

Defective Devices / August 27, 2015

The Hollis Law Firm has a knowledgeable defective medical device attorney prepared to determine if you have a viable case. If you have suffered severe complications after using a medical device, you may want to talk to an attorney today.

There are precautions in place to help keep harmful medical devices off the public market. In 1906, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was created. This agency was created to help stop faulty medication and medical devices from being publically available. To this day, the FDA is still largely responsible for the health of the public. With that being said, the pharmaceutical companies are also responsible for not making harmful products. The FDA requires new medicine and devices to pass certain criteria in order for the product to be approved for medical use in the United States. Although there are restrictions and regulations in place, some defective medical devices still make it onto the medical market by pharmaceutical companies failing to identify or list certain potentially dangerous side effects.

How do I know if I need a defective medical device attorney?

You might need a defective medical device attorney if you or a loved one has suffered from symptoms that directly relate the defective medical equipment. The Hollis Law Firm is passionate about representing those whom have been injured from defective medical equipment. If you want to speak to somebody to determine if you qualify for compensation, speak to a defective medical device attorney at the Hollis Law Firm today. In most cases, you will be able to discuss your case over the phone free of charge. The Hollis Law Firm offers free case consultations to help determine if your unique case qualifies you or a loved one for recovery for losses. To contact a defective medical device attorney, you can call (800) 701-3672 or fill out the form found on this page. A representative of the Hollis Law Firm will contact you about your possible case. Please note that a free case evaluation does not constitute an attorney client relationship. The Hollis Law Firm is now reviewing defective medical devices such as hernia mesh. Call now to discuss more about defective hernia mesh.