Dangerous Medical Devices

Advances in medical technology have saved a countless number of lives throughout the years. Artificial organs, prosthetic limbs, and prosthetic joint replacements have all undoubtably improved the lives of millions and served as a great achievement for humanity. However, many times these devices do not function as intended. Due to the negligence of the manufacturer or distributor of the product, a defect may exists such that it makes the product unreasonably safe. In Florida, product makers and distributors are held to a higher standard than the norm for the various medical devices they place into the market.

Many people have used a medical device (such as a defibrillator) in order to better their health, only to suffer injuries from that same device. Medical devices can include: Stents, Implants, Contraceptives devices, Defibrillators, Joints Replacements, and others.

If you’ve been harmed by a dangerous or defective medical device, you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries. Pharmaceutical companies are experienced at fighting lawsuits, but with over 25 years of practice in pharmaceutical law our firm is experienced at fighting back. Don’t wait any longer. The consultation is free, and you generally won’t owe anything unless you win. Call Vince Bruner of the Bruner Firm today at 1-800-Bruner-1. We have Law Offices in Panama City and Ft. Walton Beach, where we can meet with you at any time. We will even meet anywhere in the Okaloosa, Walton, Bay, Holmes, Washington, Gulf, and Calhoun county. Don’t wait another day.

 

Bruner Law Firm represents clients throughout Florida’s Emerald Coast including Fort Walton Beach, Destin, Mary Esther, Niceville, Freeport, Defuniak Springs, Crestview, Shalimar, Navarre, Gulf Breeze, Milton, Laurel Hill, Bonifay, Chipley, Panama City, Panama City Beach, Valparaiso, Miramar Beach, Okaloosa County, Walton County, Santa Rosa County, Escambia County, Bay County, and Holmes County.

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