Our Michigan defective medical device lawyers at Buckfire & Buckfire file lawsuits and claims against medical device companies on behalf of who have suffered serious injury or harm due to a defective medical device or medical product. These cases seek settlements for patients who have been harmed by these devices.
Medical device manufacturers have a legal duty to place safe products on the market for consumers and patients. Many times, these medical devices are sold with flaws and defects that cause injury and harm to the patient. Other times, the public is not properly warned of the risks of the product. When this happens, the patient and family may have the right to file a medical device lawsuit.
Our Michigan law firm is currently handling several medical device lawsuits, including:
- Mirena – this is an IUD originally approved by the FDA as an intrauterine contraceptive and later approved as a treatment for heavy menstrual bleeding. Serious life-threatening complications, including organ perforation have been reported for women who have the Mirena device.
- Transvaginal Mesh – the placement of surgical mesh through the vagina to treat pelvic organ prolapse has been found to cause complications in women, including pain, infection, organ perforation and urinary problems.
We will carefully screen your case to determine whether you qualify for filing an individual claim or participating in a class action lawsuit. We will obtain all of your necessary medical records and documents to determine if you have a case. If your case does qualify, we will handle your case under our No Fee Promise, which means you are not charged any legal fees or costs unless you receive a settlement.
Contact the Defective Medical Device Law Offices of Buckfire & Buckfire P.C.
Our Buckfire & Buckfire P.C. medical device lawyers are eager to discuss your situation and determine whether we can help you with your case. We will answer all of your questions and start working on your case immediately. Call us now at (800) 606-1717 to discuss your legal rights to pursue your injury case.