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Defective Medical Devices

Defective Product Lawyers in Mississippi Fighting On Your Behalf

Defective medical devices come in all shapes and sizes and may include pacemakers, insulin pumps, heart valve implants, and more. These products can cause serious damage to the individual who has them since they typically play a vital role in that individual’s health. In addition to pulmonary complications and internal organ damage, individuals with defective medical products may even die.

If you or someone you love has been harmed by a defective medical device, contact Brad Morris Law Firm, PLLC today. Backed by years of experience, our defective product lawyers in Tupelo have an in-depth understanding of Mississippi personal injury law. In fact, we recovered millions of dollars on behalf of our clients over the years, and we can help you, too. Our team can efficiently guide you throughout every stage of the legal process while fighting for the fair and full compensation you deserve.

Call us today to speak with one of our knowledgeable mass tort attorneys in Oxford and Tupelo to find out if you are eligible for compensation.

About Defective Medical Devices

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for approving new medical devices for legal use. Despite the FDA’s rigorous standards, defective medical devices can make their way onto the marketplace and into the hands of unsuspecting consumers. These defective products can lead to severe health problems, thereby leading to expensive hospital bills, disability-related expenses, lost wages, and more. With compensation, you can help pay for all these expenses.

Common defective medical devices include:

  • Knee replacement and hip implant parts
  • Pacemakers that failed to keep a proper rhythm or broke
  • Breast implants and other devices which can damage your immune system
  • Heart valve implants that break or leak, leading to further surgeries and even death
  • Improperly sterilized devices for gynecological procedures, leading to infertility, infections, and even miscarriages