YOUR DEFECTIVE MEDICAL DEVICE ATTORNEYS

Defective medical devices keep making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Medical devices and instruments that were designed to aid in treatment and the easing of pain end up posing a serious health risk instead.

In recent years, products like Johnson & Johnson DePuy ASR hip replacements and Bard IVC filters have been the cause of debilitating injury and even death. For the victims and families of those who are affected, the pain never truly stops.

At Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley, our defective medical device lawyers believe that manufacturers must be held responsible for faulty products. With a nationwide network of experienced product liability attorneys, we have the resources to fight the giant insurance companies and medical manufacturers to defend your rights. Contact us now, and see what Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley can do for you.

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Our Defective Medical Device Attorneys Handle Cases Involving:

Medical device manufacturers are responsible for any injuries or death caused by defective products that they market. They also have a duty to alert the public about potential safety hazards or problems with their product.

If we feel you have a valid claim against a medical device manufacturer, a defective medical device lawyer will begin by clearly identifying the product defect or defects that apply to your case.

These defects may include:

  • Manufacturing defects
  • Design defects
  • Defects induced by the user

We take every defective medical device case with the utmost seriousness. Most of the victims of these products are those that are least able to deal with the consequences. Call us at 8888821111, and let Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley prove it to you.

We offer:

  • A free, no-obligation case evaluation
  • No fee unless we win your case
  • Flexible appointments
  • Home and hospital visits

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Helping families across the United States to get the justice and compensation they are due.

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