Medical Devices

Defective Medical Device Lawyers

Defective medical devices can cause serious injuries and other complications for patients. If you or a loved one has been harmed by a defective medical device, our firm is here to help you fight for the fair recovery you are owed. Our experienced attorneys have 40 years’ experience handling complex claims across the U.S.

We can handle every aspect of your case, from initial investigations to settlement or trial to post-trial appeal. With every case we take on, we strive to provide exceptional legal services that are tailored to your unique situation. No matter how complex or difficult your case, our attorneys are prepared to fight for you.

Call us at (706) 354-4000 to schedule your initial consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.

Types of Cases We Handle

Defective medical devices can have life-altering consequences for victims. Injuries can range from severe to catastrophic, and individuals can even be killed as result of faulty or defective medical devices. When this is the case, the responsible parties should be held accountable.

At Blasingame, Burch, Garrard & Ashley, P.C., we handle a wide range of defective medical and prosthetic device cases, including those involving:

  • Artificial hip replacement devices (Stryker, Dupuy)
  • Intuitive robot surgery malfunctions
  • Transvaginal mesh
  • Surgical Mesh

Our skilled medical device attorneys can help you pursue damages for lost income, expensive medical treatment, pain and suffering, emotional harm, and more.

A faulty medical device can cause severe harm to its user, including scarring, tissue damage, and painful adhesions. A defect that causes an injury might require you to undergo additional corrective surgeries, which can be expensive and cause you to miss work. It can also diminish your quality of life and make performing every-day activities difficult, painful, or even impossible.

Even when your injuries are apparent, the process to determine fault can be complex. If you’ve been injured by a defective medical device, an accomplished and skillful attorney can help.

We have helped thousands of individuals across the U.S. take on large medical device manufacturers, giving us the necessary skills, resources, and attention to detail to help you navigate the legal process.

Contact us today at 706-354-4000 or tell us about your case on our contact form.