St. Louis, MO Defective Medical Device Attorneys
Advocating for the Rights of Injured Patients in Missouri
Despite many scientific and medical advances, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has to recall numerous medical devices due to high risks of serious injury every single year. If you or someone you love has had the misfortune of being injured due to a defective medical device, we at The Tapella & Eberspacher Law Firm are prepared to help you file suit against the at-fault party.
Backed by more than a century of combined experience, our St. Louis attorneys know how to effectively investigate your defective medical device case, compile a lawsuit that leaves no bases uncovered, and assert your case in civil court. A high-stakes case does not deter us. On the contrary, we are known for our skill in handling complex litigation, so much so that our peers regularly refer clients with complex cases to us. When it comes to your recovery, we won’t settle for less.
Call (314) 701-7722 to speak with a St. Louis defective medical device lawyer in a free, confidential consultation.
Common Defective Medical Devices
At The Tapella & Eberspacher Law Firm, we accept a vast array of cases involving defective medical devices, such as:
- Knee implants
- Hip implants
- Hernia mesh
- Transvaginal mesh
- Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) filters
- Essure, intrauterine devices (IUDs), and other birth control implants
Defective medical device cases can be difficult to prove without the help of an attorney. It is common for the company or corporation responsible to attempt to cover up the harm done by a defective medical device. It may claim that your injury was unpreventable, a rare side effect, or the like. Remember, you have the right to know the true cause of your injury. If that cause is a device defect, you also have the right to be compensated for your damages related to the injury. You can, therefore, sue the defective medical device designer or manufacturer for damages, such as pain and suffering, medical expenses, loss of quality of life, rehabilitative care, etc.
Get Started with a Free Consultation Today
If a medical device has caused you harm, it is best to reach out to a lawyer for counsel. In a free case review, a lawyer will discuss your injury and the medical device at fault to determine whether you have a valid product liability claim.
At The Tapella & Eberspacher Law Firm, we genuinely care about your rights and safety. We will work tirelessly to ensure the truth is uncovered and justice is won. As such, we always put our clients first.
There is nothing to lose, so why wait? Contact us online to schedule a free consultation with a St. Louis defective medical device attorney.