Medical Device Injury Lawyer

Medical Devices injury lawyer

Medical Device Lawyer

 Although medical devices have revolutionized health care, when they are defective these devices can have disastrous consequences. If a medical device manufacturer designs and sells a defective medical device, they may end up injuring patients they are supposed to help.  As a result you will need a personal injury lawyer in Liberty or Kansas City.

Common Types of Defective Medical Devices

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Hundreds of devices have been deemed “defective” over the years.  Common defective medical devices include:

  • Pacemakers that stopped or failed to keep a proper heart rhythm
  • Heart valve implants that leak or break, resulting in repeated surgeries or death
  • Any malfunctioning device, such as a pain pump or insulin pump
  • Breast implants or any devices that can cause damage to the immune system
  • Defective hip implants or knee replacement parts
  • Infections caused by improperly made or non-sterilized devices 

If so contact a personal injury lawyer in Liberty or Kansas City

Why file a claim?

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If you become injured by a defective medical device, you and your family deserve to be compensated for medical expenses and emotional anguish. Filing a claim against a neglectful manufacturing company is imperative for holding that company responsible for its actions.  Contact McCollum Injury Lawyer today in Kansas City so we may begin investigating your case right away.  Upon completing our initial review, we can advise you of your legal options free of charge.

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FAQ:

Do I need to file a accident report in Missouri?

The short answer is yes you do need to file a accident report in Missouri?.  Read more here.

Do you handle cases involving spinal cord injuries?

Yes we do. Spinal cord injury lawsuits usually involve more complex legal and medical issues than those in a typical injury case so, if you're thinking about filing a lawsuit, you might want to speak with a lawyer who specializes in spinal cord injury litigation. Spinal cord injuries are some of the most challenging cases a lawyer can handle.  I have a page dedicated to this injury here.

Do you have any advice on hiring an attorney for an accident?

Read reviews and ask questions.  Your lawyer works for you.  If they don't act like your best interest is paramount find another lawyer.  I have a page dedicated to this topic here.

Do I need a living trust?

Kansas City living trust lawyer, specifically a revocable living trust, is a legal document that places your assets—investments, bank accounts, real estate, vehicles, and valuable personal property—in trust for your benefit during your lifetime, and spells out where you'd like these things to go upon your death. Read more here.

Does my credit rating affect my insurance rate?

Your auto insurance scores affect your auto insurance rates much like you would expect your credit scores to affect your interest rates on new loans. ... Of course,insurance scores are only one of many factors that determine your rates and only doso if insurance companies are allowed to use them. Read more here.

Do I need a lawyer if I suffer a brain injury in an accident?

If you have suffered a brain injury due to anything from a slip and fall injured by a defective medical device, it's wise to hire a lawyer who is experienced and educated about the issues and potential effects of your type of brain injury. Read more here.

What ways can speed be determined in a crash?

The scientific answer is: Multiply the second object's mass by its velocity. For example, if it weighs 1,000 pounds and has a velocity of 30 meters per second, then its momentum will be 30,000 kg meters per second. Add the two velocities together to determine which way the objects will move after collision.  Other simpler ways are discussed here.

What happens if an insurance company denies my claim?

Insurance companies deny claims for a whole host of reasons.  The most common are policy exclusions, lapsed policy, dispute of liability and on rare occasion a claim of fraud.  If you want to read more about this a complicated question I have an entire page dedicated to this topic here.  I also have information here and here. Kansas City Insurance Lawyer.

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