Holding The Manufacturers Of Defective Drugs And Medical Devices Accountable
Dangerous and defective drugs and medical devices pose a growing risk to all of us. As more and more drugs and medical devices are brought to market, the risk of defective products or products with dangerous aspects harming people grows as well.
We all depend on the government to ensure that drugs and medical devices are properly and thoroughly tested before they enter the market. But this is not always the case. A manufacturer may fail to detect a flaw in a product or in a particular batch of a product or it may hide negative results that would harm profits. The protections that keep defective drugs and medical devices off the market, as good as they are, still fail.
What Do You Do If You Or Someone You Love Was Harmed By A Defective Drug Or Medical Device?
The first step is to find legal representation that has fought these types of cases and won. The pharmaceutical industry and medical device manufacturers have substantial financial and legal resources with which to fight even the most clearly valid legal claims. But with an experienced legal team with significant resources, you and your claim can get the best shot at succeeding and securing the maximum compensation for your injuries.
Pre-eminent New York Personal Injury Representation
At Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C., our firm has been fighting for our clients for more than 40 years. We have taken on highly complex cases and secured positive results for our clients. We know what is at stake for those who have been injured by defective drugs and medical devices. You deserve to be compensated for your injuries. With our extensive experience building these types of cases, we can help you effectively pursue full compensation against any defendant.
Contact Our Defective Drug And Medical Device Injury Attorneys In New York City
If you were injured by a defective drug or medical device, we have the experience and skill to help you. Call 646-835-2175, toll free at or contact us online for a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers.