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Medical Device Defects

Obtaining Compensation for Medical Device Defects

We have talked to many people who had great hopes for a medical device their doctor recommended. When the medical device proved to be defective, when the injuries were painful and serious, they were confused and concerned. What could be done? Could the damage be repaired?

At the Girardi | Keese law firm, our products liability attorneys have represented many people who have been injured by defective medical devices. It is difficult work requiring substantial resources, but we have always been willing to protect the rights of injured people.

Tell Your Story to a Product Liability Lawyer

We hear the story far too often, when product defects happen, real people suffer. For more than 40 years, our product liability attorneys have fought passionately for the rights of the innocent and injured. Please contact us online or call (213) 997-0211 to speak with one of our experienced product liability litigators.

We help those injured by hip replacements and cochlear ear implants.

For more than 40 years, we have been on the side of injured people. Most people do not have the financial resources and expert witnesses to fight against large medical devices companies. Our defective medical devices lawyers have the resources and something even more important — a commitment to injured people.

Recent defective medical device cases at Girardi | Keese include cochlear ear implants that cause deafness. We welcome your calls to learn more about these cases.

For more information about litigation involving medical devices, visit our medical devices Web site.

Contact us to discuss a case involving defective medical devices. We represent clients in California and nationally.

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