When medical treatment results in injury or death instead of the expected improvement in health, the question arises as to whether defective medical devices, defective drugs or medical malpractice is to blame. Investigation into the causes of an injury or death in the context of medical care is not only useful for the victim or surviving family members. It is also an appropriate response for the sake of the safety of future patients who might otherwise suffer the same fate.
Defective Medical Devices ◦ Charleston, West Virginia, Attorney
If you were injured or if your family member died as a result of botched implant surgery or use of defective drugs named in recalls, you owe it to yourself and to society to find out why. You may also face extraordinary expenses and financial losses caused by lost wages. Furthermore, you may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering, while recognizing that no amount of money can give you back the time or well-being that you lost as a result of injury by defective medical device or defective drugs.
Contact us at the law offices of Bailey, Javins & Carter, L.C. regarding injury or illness caused by defective medical products, including recalled devices or dangerous prescription drugs, such as the following:
- Defective medical devices
- Knee replacements
- Hip replacements
- Guidant defibrillators
- Guidant pacemakers
- Defective heart devices
- Pacemaker recalls
- Medtronic recalls
- Defibrillator recall
- Implantable cardioverter defibrillators
- ICD recall
- Defective drugs recalls
- Arthritis drugs
- Phenylpropanolamine (PPA)
We work on a contingency basis. We don’t get paid unless you do.
Contact Our Firm For A Consultation
To schedule a no-risk consultation with an experienced West Virginia lawyer after you have been hurt by a defective medical device or a dangerous prescription drug,
contact us at the law offices of Bailey, Javins & Carter.