Defective Medical Products
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Defective medical products are often at the center of many mass tort claims.
A mass tort claim is a civil action that involves a large number of plaintiffs
filing suit against one defendant or corporation. Mass tort claims can
be filed in state or federal court. The three most common types of mass
torts involve product liability, toxic exposure and mass disasters. Simply
put, a mass tort refers to a single claim that involves many victims.
If you need help filing suit in a mass tort claim, contact Meyerkord &
Meyerkord, LLC today.
Types of Mass Tort & Defective Product Claims
Typically, when a defective medical product is discovered, a recall will
take place to remove all of the devices from the market and to provide
reimbursement for patients who have purchased the product. A defective
medical product has been known to cause serious injury and even death
in some cases. Oftentimes, the reason behind the defect was because of
a lack of safety quality standards or the company fails to warn the general
public of the inherent risks. This is when we, as St. Louis product defect
lawyers, can work with you to determine liability and hold those parties
Here are some examples of defective medical product claims:
To elaborate more on these individual products, transvaginal mesh is a
medical device used to treat pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence in
women. Millions of women suffer from these medical conditions, and hundreds
of thousands of them have undergone transvaginal mesh surgery. Sadly,
pelvic mesh implants often lead to serious complications – including
vaginal erosion, pain during sexual intercourse and urinary problems.
Contact a Personal Injury Attorney Today
If you've suffered an injury or illness because of defective product
or medication, a personal injury lawyer from Meyerkord & Meyerkord,
LLC can help you understand your rights and options in a mass tort claim.
We are wholeheartedly committed to getting you the compensation you need
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