Defective Medical Device Lawyer in Charleston, SC
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Sanders Law Firm, LLC Defective Medical Device Lawyer in Charleston, SC represents those who have been injured, or who have died, from medical devices with insufficient warnings, design defects or manufacturing defects.
Have you been injured or have a loved one who has died from medical devices with insufficient warnings, design defects or manufacturing defects? These devices are supposed to be safe and proven before they hit the market, but all too often, we find that manufacturers cut corners or deceive the public about the safety of their product. When this happens and those defective products harm patients, they may be eligible to receive compensation.
At Sanders Law Firm, LLC, our Charleston personal injury attorney is ready to help you and your loved ones assess your legal actions after a medical device-related injury. Attorney T.O. Sanders has 25 years of legal experience and knows what it takes to bring hard-hitting lawsuits against these manufacturers. If you or a loved one has been harmed, we're ready to help you explore your options.
We don't charge any legal fees until we recover financial relief on your behalf. Call our offices at (843) 573-8828 today.
Medical Devices Currently Considered Dangerous
Bair Hugger®: a warming blanket which circulates heated air to keep patients warm during surgery. It introduces bacteria (and risk of infection) to patients. We are accepting clients who developed a deep joint infection after using this device during surgery.
Modular Hips: Omnilife Modular, Stryker Rejuvenate, Stryker V40 metal head hip, Zimmer Versys Metal heads (with either Momobloc or modular ML Taper stem). Tissue damage and fluid buildup can be caused by metal fragments being released into the body. The surgery to remove and replace these products may cause pulmonary embolism and nerve damage. We are accepting clients who have costs associated with revision surgery to replace these hips.
Transvaginal Mesh: a fabric used during surgery to treat the pelvic disorders of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence which occur when the pelvic floor muscles lose strength. These products were manufactured by Boston Scientific, Ethicon, American Medical Systems, C.R. Bard, Inc. and Coloplast Corporation. We are accepting female clients who have undergone additional surgery for bowel or bladder perforation and associated infection.
If you have been hurt by any of the above devices—or any other device—we're ready to hear your story. Contact us today to request a consultation.