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Defective Medical Device Attorneys

News / August 12, 2015

The Hollis Law Firm’s experienced defective medical device attorneys are available to answer your questions and help you evaluate your possible legal options.

defective medical device attorneysAt the Hollis Law Firm, we take pride in helping people who have suffered an injury after using a defective medical device or a harmful drug. While many medical devices work like they should and help the majority of those who use them, in some cases, the device was not adequately tested or was released to the public without warning of the potentially severe, and even deadly, side effects. In these instances, people who have suffered an injury or their loved ones, may file a lawsuit against the device’s manufacturer for compensation for suffering, distress, and financial losses. The friendly, experienced defective medical device attorneys at the Hollis Law Firm are available to provide you with a free case consultation to help you learn about your best legal options.

Though the Hollis Law Firm is located in the greater Kansas City metropolitan area, the defective medical device attorneys have represented clients throughout the Midwest and the entire United States. A few types of defective medical device cases that the Hollis Law Firm’s defective medical device attorneys represent include:

Those who have suffered an injury due to being implanted with a hernia mesh have experienced significant pain, infections, organ perforation, sepsis, and even additional painful and expensive surgeries. Defective hip replacements can cause serious complications for patients as well.

If you believe that you or a loved one suffered an injury as a result of using a defective medical device, it may be in your best interest to get in touch with the defective medical device attorneys at the Hollis Law Firm today. The attorneys are available to answer your questions and these consultations are free and confidential, though no attorney client relationship is established until a retainer is signed. Please fill out the form to the left or call (800) 701-3672 today.