Whether drugs, medical products, or anything else, defective products can create a huge negative impact in one’s life. We’re here to ensure you get the compensation you deserve after falling prey to a defective product.
If you or your family member are one of the many victims of defective devices, you may benefit from defective medical products litigation.
Thousands of patients across the country have been injured and killed by these drugs and devices and have filed suit.
The latest Medtronic urgent field safety notice is frightening. The medical device company is warning doctors, surgical centers and hospitals about its Mazor X Surgical System (SST2) – Positioner Type II.
Dehumidifiers make our homes comfortable by reducing humidity levels in the warmer months and removing musty smells caused by allergens, mold, and mildew. However, more than 2-million dehumidifiers made by Gree have been recalled over the last several years due to defects that cause them to overheat and catch on fire.
An essential imaging system used by doctors during brain and spinal surgeries has a serious malfunction putting patients at risk for severe and possibly fatal injuries.
An FDA recall has been issued on Medtronic Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators due to manufacturing errors in 48 units.
Pressure cookers can be a timesaving appliance, but because they cook foods quickly through the production of high heat and pressure.
Countless people are severely injured or killed as a result of accidents caused by defective products or inadequate product instructions or warnings.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced a Class I recall of 490 units of the ACIST Kodama Intravascular Ultrasound Catheter due to the high risk of an O-ring within the unit breaking while in use.
On December 15th, 2020, the U.S Food & Drug Administration (FDA) issued a letter announcing an urgent voluntary recall by the JET 7 Xtra Flex catheter manufacturer and the JET 7MAX configuration.
Infant sleepers, in general, are infamous and have a notorious track record for injury and death. Kolcraft’s recall is the ninth such recall, ultimately amounting to some 5.6 million inclined infant sleepers recalled in just 10 months.
Recent research has linked paraquat herbicide exposure to Parkinson’s Disease. Meyers & Flowers is investigating and reviewing claims on behalf of farmers and agricultural communities who developed Parkinson’s Disease from the continued use of paraquat for weed and grass control.