Medical Device Malfunction Help in Kansas City

We are extremely lucky to live in an age where medical devices can save our lives, improve our health and allow us to live longer. When a medical device malfunctions, however, it can cause devastating results. A lawyer at Wendt Law Firm P.C. can help if a defective medical device caused you or a loved one injury. Our firm handles various cases related to medical devices and implants that are defective and malfunction, causing serious injury or wrongful death. It is important that you contact our offices as soon as possible to find out what legal rights you have in this matter. We can work to protect your interests and concerns as we seek maximum financial damages on your behalf.

Any type of medical device or implant may malfunction if it has an inherent design or manufacturing defect. Defibrillators and pacemakers are of a particular concern, as are hip implants and bone screws. Almost 250,000 defibrillators and pacemakers have been recalled since 2005. A defective device of this kind may have the opposite effect of restarting or maintaining a normal heartbeat, leading to deadly consequences. A defective hip implant or bone screw may cause serious side effects requiring additional surgeries due to implant migration, tissue damage or screw breakage. An attorney at our Kansas City law firm can assist you with any case related to a defective pacemaker, defibrillator or specific claims involving Calaxo screws, DePuy ASR hip implants and Zimmer Durom Hip Cup implants.

Attorney for Defective Medical Device Claims in Kansas City

Handling a lawsuit involving medical device malfunction can be difficult due to its technical nature and the fact that you may be going up against a multi-million or billion dollar company with a team of attorneys to counter your claim. That is why our firm is committed to the aggressive representation of our clients, utilizing our experience and resources to seek the best possible result for their claim or lawsuit.

Contact Wendt Law Firm P.C. today.