Indiana Defective Medical Device Lawyer
Product Liability Lawyers Serving Indiana Injury Victims
Medical devices are intended to make life easier, whether it's regulating a heartbeat, improving mobility, or ensuring patients breathe properly. Unfortunately, many of these products break down, stop working, or malfunction and end up harming the very people they are meant to help.
The Food and Drug Administration issues recalls and statements regarding the safety of these products every week in the attempt to protect patients from defective medical devices issues recalls and statements regarding the safety of these products every week in the attempt to protect patients from defective medical devices. When products break down or function improperly, defective medical device victims suffer painful injuries and may have to endure dangerous additional surgeries to remove the product or correct the problem.
The manufacturers of defective medical devices need to be held accountable for their negligence in putting these products on the market. The Evansville defective medical device attorneys at Woods and Woods have experience standing up to negligent manufacturers and will fight to get the compensation you deserve when you've been injured by a defective product. We can help you recover compensation for medical bills, prescriptions, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Call the Indiana injury lawyers of Woods and Woods today and get the help you need.
Medical Device and Faulty Implant Lawsuits
When an implant or medical device that is supposed to make you feel better makes things worse, call us. We help clients throughout Indiana who have endured pain, illness, and multiple surgeries because of the following devices or treatments:
da Vinci® Surgical Robot
Poor tactile feedback and a lack of proper physician training are just some of reasons why procedures using the da Vinci® surgical robot are 34% more likely to cause severe complications.
DePuy Hip Implants
Twenty-nine models of DePuy hip replacement devices have been recalled because they use faulty components with high failure rates. The company has set aside nearly $2.5 billion to compensate patients who received the recalled implants.
Implanted in patients at high risk of suffering blood clots, IVC Filters can break apart or move to other parts of the body, causing serious injuries and even death.
Power Morcellator Uterine Surgery
Used in laparoscopic hysterectomies, myomectomies, and uterine fibroid surgeries, power morcellators can spread cancerous cells throughout the body, accelerating the spread of previously undetected cancers.
Stryker® Hip Implants
Stryker Orthopaedics has recalled two models of hip replacement devices because they can cause pain, swelling, metallosis, and other complications.
Thousands of women received transvaginal mesh (TVM) or pelvic mesh devices to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI). But the devices can cause serious complications, such as infections, bladder perforations, and severe pain.