South Carolina Dangerous Medical Device Lawyers
Representing victims and families in medical device liability claims
Dangerous medical devices put everyone at risk. South Carolina dangerous medical device attorneys at McGowan, Hood, Felder & Phillips, LLC know that anyone could need the aid of medical device at any time. When that time comes, we trust that the device will work properly and ultimately help improve our quality of life. It’s critical that we know that the devices we use every day are safe and will not harm us. That’s why it’s important to take strong legal action if you or a loved one has been injured by a defective medical device.
Contact us and explore your legal options. If necessary, we can help you file a lawsuit or class action lawsuit against the medical device manufacturer. Defective medical device cases are bigger than just your injury. When you take a stand against companies that make such devices, you’re helping to ensure that all of us will be free from harm in the future.
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Many consumers wrongfully believe that if the FDA approves a medical device, it is safe. However, the FDA has a much-criticized approval process that does not require manufacturers to perform clinical trials or prove certain products are safe when the device is “substantially equivalent” to another device. Our drug injury attorneys hold manufacturers accountable when they release dangerous and untested medical devices onto the market that cause injuries in patients.
Some of the most common dangerous medical devices our South Carolina dangerous medical device law firm deals with concern devices subject to warnings or voluntary or forced FDA recalls. These dangerous medical devices include:
- Paragard IUDs
- Hernia mesh
FDA recalls do not have to precede medical device lawsuits
The FDA only begins to investigate allegations that a product is defective or dangerous if patients begin reporting injuries, and therefore FDA action only takes place once many innocent people have already suffered harm. A dangerous drug or defective medical device can be recalled voluntarily, by the request of the FDA requested, or ordered under section 518(e) of the Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act [21 U.S.C 360h (e)].
A voluntary or mandated recall is unnecessary to bring a successful medical device lawsuit. Our lawyers hold manufacturers of defective medical devices responsible to those they have injured by putting profits ahead of patients.
Every dangerous medical device case presents its own unique challenges. No two cases are alike. That’s why it’s important you have a personal injury attorney in South Carolina you can trust working hard on your case.
Dangerous medical device lawsuits in South Carolina can be complicated
Building a solid legal case takes great skill. You can’t simply assume that medical device manufacturers or insurance companies will fairly compensate you for your accident. You have to take strong legal action. If you don’t, you run the risk of being short-changed. That’s because insurance companies often only care about one thing: paying injury victims as little as possible.
That’s not right. That’s why McGowan, Hood, Felder & Phillips, LLC work so hard for injury victims. Discover what we can do for you.
Injured by a dangerous or defective medical device? Contact us in SC today
McGowan, Hood, Felder & Phillips, LLC represents victims and families in medical device liability claims. We realize it’s a big decision choosing a law firm to handle your legal needs. We realize you must have a lot of questions. That’s why we offer a free case evaluation to all potential clients. That way, you can decide if we’re the right law firm for you. 803-327-7800 or fill out our contact form and schedule an appointment. We proudly serve clients throughout South Carolina and nationwide from offices in Anderson, Columbia, Rock Hill, Sumter, Georgetown, Greenville, and Charleston.
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