DEFECTIVE MEDICAL DEVICE LAWSUIT LAWYERS REPRESENTING PATIENTS NATIONWIDE

The medical devices industry has seen explosive growth over the past decade. Technological advances have allowed medical device companies to develop, test and release dozens of new artificial medical devices that can help improve quality of life and lengthen life span for millions of people worldwide.

Sometimes, however, medical devices are rushed to market without sufficient testing for safety, leading to serious injuries or premature death. Not only does the individual victim deserve justice, but the overall patient population deserves protection from unsafe medical devices.

Defective medical device lawsuits can accomplish both of these goals. Such cases are often brought as class action claims, due to the large number of patients who suffer physical harm due to a dangerous or defective medical device.

Experienced Product Liability Attorneys

Since 1999, the consumer protection and class action law firm of Quantum Legal LLC has recovered millions of dollars for consumers and small businesses across the United States. Our successes have come in many areas of complex and multidistrict litigation.

If you have questions about your legal rights after injury to yourself or a family member caused by a defective medical device, contact our defective medical device lawsuit lawyers for honest advice and practical information. Call (847) 433-4500 or contact us online. From our home office in the Chicago, Illinois, area, we serve clients throughout the United States and Canada.

Other questionable medical devices include:

  • Zimmer hip and knee replacement devices
  • Medtronic Kappa and Sigma pacemakers
  • Guidant pacemakers
  • Guidant defibrillators
  • Sprint Fidelis defibrillator

Contact Quantum Legal LLC For Help

Learn more information about your rights and our nationwide class action representation. Send us an e-mail or call us nationwide at (847) 433-4500 to tell us your story and get honest advice about your potential claim.

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