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Medical Device Litigation Lawyer Chicago, IL

When you’re in need of a medical device for daily assistance, you completely trust the safety of that device without thinking twice. If a medical device has been approved for the market, it must be safe, right? Unfortunately, that is not the case, and when a medical device that is intended to help you ends up seriously injuring you, the physical, emotional, and financial effects can be devastating.

At Kanuru Law Group, we represent victims of defective medical devices and fight for their rights and to recover awards for their medical bills, loss of wages, and pain and suffering.  We’re proficient in national medical device litigation, including individual cases and large-scale mass torts.

Defective Medical Device Lawyer

It is an unfortunate truth that defective medical devices are pushed to the market, leaving the users unaware of the real dangers the device poses to them. In an effort to increase their profits, oftentimes manufacturers will not adequately test products for present or long-term problems, or they will fail to warm consumers and healthcare providers of the dangers. The result? Dangerous devices on the market being used my unknowing patients, just waiting to be injured.

It is our job to give those victims a voice and to get them the compensation they deserve for their injuries. In fact, we do more than that; we also dedicate much of our time to ensuring these products are promptly removed from the market to save others from the pain and suffering of the dangerous devices. Injuries that result from defective products can result in physical, emotional, and financial damages to the victim and his or her family. Whether the injury was due to improper labeling, a design defect, or a manufacturing issue, we will pursue justice and investigate your case while you recover.

Common product defects

Medical devices can be defective in one or more of the following ways:

  • Design defects – even before creating the product, it is flawed. The actual product design is unsafe and any items following that plan will be defective.
  • Manufacturer defects – also referred to as unplanned defects, the product has an abnormality that arose during manufacturing.
  • Marketing defects – cover the defects or flaws during the marketing of the product. This includes improper labeling, insufficient instructions, or inadequate safety warnings.

Common types of defective medical devices

  • Birth control devices, such as IUD and NuvaRing
  • Defective hip or knee replacement parts
  • Drug-coated stents
  • Failed breast implants that compromise the immune system
  • Failed pacemakers
  • Heart valve implants, leaking or breaking
  • Improperly made devices that cause infection
  • INFUSE bone graft
  • IVC blood clot filters
  • Malfunctioning devices, like insulin or pain pumps
  • Power morcellators
  • Surgical robot injuries
  • Transvaginal mesh injuries

Defective medical devices on the market

When consumers see FDA approval on products and devices, they feel a sense of security, and ideally, they should. The FDA’s job is to protect consumers from any dangerous health hazards, such as defective medical devices.

While progressive healthcare advances have helped and have saved many sick and injured people, unfortunately because of the FDA’s fast-tracked approval process, intending to push helpful devices to the market to treat time-sensitive ailments, what’s actually happening is that dangerous products are being pushed through as well. Unfortunately, this is at the sometimes deadly cost of the unknowing consumer.

It’s imperative that these devices are pulled from the market and that those injured from the defective products are compensated fully for their medical bills, pain, suffering, and ongoing healthcare treatments.

If you or a loved one have been a victim of a defective medical device, it’s crucial that you take immediate action by contacting Kanuru Law Group today. Call us for a free consultation with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys: 312-801-2000.

File a defective medical device claim

When you or a loved one have been injured as a result of a defective product, your whole world gets turned up upside down. At the Kanuru Law Group, we genuinely care about you; we care about more than the law and will help you through your greatest time of need, supporting you in all ways while you recover. You can focus on our health knowing that we are fighting tenaciously for you so the wrongful party is held accountable.

If you have been harmed by a defective medical device or if your family member has suffered wrongful death, please contact the defective product attorneys at the Kanuru Law Group today: 312-801-2000.