Defective Medical Devices
Sacramento Medical Product Liability Lawyers
Medical devices have improved and saved countless lives, revolutionizing healthcare as we know it. If they are defective, however, they can cause far more harm than good. Patients may be left with debilitating injuries, may require revision surgeries, or may even lose their lives.
At Kershaw, Cook & Talley, we are a leader among firms that handle medical injury lawsuits. Our Sacramento product liability attorneys have a considerable amount of experience litigating class actions against medical device manufacturers who have designed and sold defective devices to unsuspecting patients. Our attorneys have represented individuals and classes of patients in state and federal courts across the United States and have been able to secure considerable settlements and awards for the injured. In fact, we have secured over $1 billion for our clients.
For experienced insight regarding a defective medical device, give us a call at (916) 520-6639. Your consultation is free, and our caring attorneys are ready to answer your questions.
Proven Results in Defective Medical Device Lawsuits
The following are some of the results we have secured for clients in medical device lawsuits:
- $240 million settlement fund for patients who received defective Guidant Cardiac Defibrillators.
- Confidential settlement against Johnson & Johnson in a mass tort action filed on behalf of 200 patients who suffered post-operative infections from sutures that were not properly sterilized.
- Confidential settlement against Kaiser for administrative errors that led to patients waiting for kidney transplants to be eliminated from the national transplant list.
When you work with a Sacramento defective medical device lawyer at our firm, you will find that we put your needs first. We are here to support and guide you toward a brighter future, where you can receive the care you need and where manufacturers are held accountable for their misconduct.
For your confidential, free case evaluation, call (916) 520-6639.