Amarillo Attorneys for Defective Medical Products & Devices
Serving the Needs of Amarillo's Injured
If you have been hurt by either a defective medical product or a medical device, you may be able to have our Amarillo defective medical products lawyers seek compensation for you. We represent clients injured by defective medical products, bad pharmaceuticals, and medical devices.
Representing Your Interests for More Than 25 Years
We have been the trusted group of Amarillo personal injury attorneys since 1990. In our years of service, our team has successfully represented many cases both simple and complex. We helped both groups - such as a large number of clients injured by the same hip transplant company - and individuals - such as a woman who suffered spinal injuries as a result of an implant.
Medical Devices are Not Tested Extensively Enough
Pharmaceutical products and medical devices undergo testing by the FDA, though some are cleared for sales before they're truly ready. These products, when not tested extensively enough, inevitably lead to injuries. When you depend on a piece of medical equipment to support or sustain you and it fails, the results can be both frustrating and dangerous.
Other defective medical products claims assert that, even if a product is occasionally made correctly, the product you received was defective and therefore led to your injury.
Medical products that are often the subject of personal injury claims can include, but are not limited to:
- Joint implants
- Breast implants
- Hospital supplies and surgical tools
- Hearing aids
Defective Drugs are Just as Dangerous as Defective Devices
If you depend on your heart medication to keep your heart operating properly and the pharmaceutical company puts out a bad product, your life was placed in danger. You may have grounds for a personal injury claim if a pharmaceutical company's error directly led to an injury either to you or a loved one.
Have our experienced Amarillo personal injury lawyers review your case and help you understand your options by calling (806) 397-0300.