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Defective Products

Defective Products and Product Liability

As consumers, we have the basic right to expect the product we buy to maintain a certain level of safety. Big companies are required to create safe products and include any necessary disclaimers and warnings. When they do not meet this obligation and you or a loved one are hurt using their products, you should seek legal counsel.

A defective product poses a serious health risk to consumers. Millions of people use a variety of devices under the belief that they are safeguarded from a serious health risk. Medical device defects leave consumers at serious risk of incurring a debilitating injury or even death if the issue goes undetected. A medical device is an instrument designed to aid in the diagnosis or treatment of health-related issues, and, when functioning properly, has the potential to vastly improve the lives of people suffering from chronic diseases, illness, or health-related abnormalities. As advancements in technology offer even greater potential for medical devices to aid in diagnoses and treatment, so too do opportunities for malfunctions and defects to occur.

Defective Products

NuvaRing Birth Control Lawsuit

The NuvaRing Birth Control Ring has health risks relating to blood clots in the legs and lungs, which may lead to embolisms, stroke, or heart attack.

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    Defective Hip Replacement Lawsuit

    Some hip replacements have metal particles around some implants can cause damage to bone and/or tissue surrounding the implant.
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    Combat Ear Plug Lawsuit

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    Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit

    An initial recall was announced in December 2005, but additional mesh products were not added to the recall until March 2006 and January 2007.
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