Cleveland Defective Medical Devices Attorneys
Winning Serious Cases in Ohio Since 1946
Medical device manufacturers spend a lot of time promoting their products to the general public. They often suggest in their advertisements that consumers suffering particular maladies can rely on their devices to improve patient health and enhance existing quality of life. The problem is that a number of these products turn out to be unsafe, and patients are often the last to discover the downsides.
Sometimes, this is because medical devices are sold without adequate disclosures. In other words, injured consumers discover they were never given the opportunity to evaluate whether the benefits promised by the doctor, hospital, or manufacturer were enough to outweigh the risks associated with using the devices.
If you or someone you love was injured by a defective medical device, we can help. Our attorneys at Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP offer a free case evaluation to discuss the details of your situation and share how we may be able to help. There are no fees unless/until we recover compensation for you.
Types of Defective Medical Device Cases We Handle
At Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP, we represent individuals who have suffered serious injuries and complications due to a wide range of unsafe drugs and products. We have successfully recovered over $1 billion to date for our clients and can fight for the fair compensation you deserve.
Our attorneys represent clients in defective medical device lawsuits involving:
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list. If you were harmed by any type of medical device or pharmaceutical drug, our team can help. We stand up for the victims of negligent and harmful manufacturer practices and have a proven track record of success in helping ordinary individuals recover the fair compensation they are owed.
How to Tell If a Medical Device Is Defective
It is not always easy to tell when a medical device is defective. Generally speaking, these devices are intended to make your life easier by reducing pain, increasing mobility, and decreasing the severity of your symptoms. When you receive a medical device or undergo a procedure and experience increased or persistent pain, prolonged mobility issues, and other complications, it could be a sign that something isn’t right.
Signs a medical device may be defective include:
- Product recalls
- Unexplained injuries/illness
- Internal bleeding
- Unusual and/or persistent pain
- Mobility issues
If you notice any of these or other complications after receiving a medical device, such as a hip implant or IVC filter, contact a trusted medical professional right away.
What Do I Do If I've Been Injured by a Defective Medical Device?
The first thing to do if you suspect you may have received a defective medical device is to get medical help. Some complications, such as internal bleeding and infections, can be life-threatening. Make sure you receive proper treatment for your injuries, illness, or related complications. Then, reach out to an experienced law firm that can help protect your rights.
If you or someone you know has been injured by a medical device, contact a Cleveland defective medical device attorney with experience in this type of litigation. Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP has successfully represented many consumers and their families against those responsible for manufacturing and distributing defective medical devices. We understand the many complexities inherent in these types of cases and are prepared to help you navigate the recovery process.
Contact Our Firm for a No-Cost Consultation
Realizing that you received a faulty or unsafe medical device can leave you uncertain as to how to proceed. By putting our team of experienced Cleveland defective medical device lawyers on your side, you improve your chances of securing fair compensation for your damages. At Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP, we cannot undo the pain and suffering you have experienced, but we can help you fight for reimbursement for your additional medical bills, lost income/wages, emotional distress, and other economic and non-economic losses.
The first step in your recovery is reaching out to our team for a free, no-obligation consultation. We do not collect any attorneys’ fees unless/until we win your case.
Call our office at (216) 600-0114 to speak to one of our Cleveland defective medical device attorneys during a free, confidential case evaluation.
History of Excellence
Our firm has been helping individuals since 1946 and has secured billions of dollars on behalf of our clients.
We go the distance for you and your future fight to obtain maximum compensation on your behalf.
Our trial attorneys have tried hundreds of cases and are not afraid to take your case to trial.
We offer one-on-one attention and detailed counsel. To us you are not just another case number.