Practice Area: Defective Drugs & Medical Devices

Our Defective Drug and Medical Device Lawyers Can Help

Medical devices and medications must have FDA approval before they are marketed and sold in the United States. To gain this approval, drugs as well as medical devices must undergo studies of their effectiveness and potential harmful effects. Even if the FDA grants approval, it does not guarantee the drug or medical device is safe for everyone. A defect in a product, insufficient warnings, or an incomplete label can cause serious injury to consumers. The manufacturer is responsible for making sure labels are accurate and updated to keep consumers informed and safe. When a pharmaceutical company introduces a dangerous product into the market or fails to warn consumers about a danger they knew or should have known about, then that company may be liable for the injuries that result.

The Brandi Law Firm is committed to holding drug and medical device manufacturers and marketers accountable for defective and dangerous products that harm consumers. Our attorneys have repeatedly been court appointed to leadership committees for nationwide drug and device lawsuits because of our experience and commitment to our clients that any damages they suffer are compensated. We are well respected personal injury and defective product lawyers If you have been injured by a medication or medical device, call a product liability attorney from our law firm to discuss your circumstances.

Who May Be Liable in a Drug and Medical Device Injury Case?

Medical devices and medications are frequently subject to recalls due to harmful or fatal product defects. Although drugs and devices like this require FDA approval, pharmaceutical companies are still liable for injuries if they knew or should have known that a danger existed. A product liability attorney can help you file a claim if you suffered harm from a defective drug or implant.

If you sustain injuries due to a pharmaceutical device or drug, then you may be able to file a product liability lawsuit against the manufacturer. Many people do not know that other parties in the marketing and supply chain may also may be liable. Depending on the circumstances, joint and several liability may apply. This means that if one defendant cannot pay their share of the damages, then the other defendants will be responsible for all or part of their share. Our defective drug and medical device attorneys can help you determine who the responsible party or parties may be, which might include:

  • The manufacturer of the drug or medical device
  • Labs
  • Sales reps
  • Doctors, hospitals, or med clinics
  • Pharmacies

Since drug and medial device defect cases are often complex, you should always consult with an attorney. A qualified San Francisco product liability attorney from our law firm can investigate your case for you.

How Do I find Out If My Medication Was Part of a Recall?

If you have a medical implant or take any type of medication, it is wise to monitor safety alerts and recall notifications. The FDA provides safety alerts and recall information, which is a useful resource.

It is also a good idea to check the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s recalled products database. If you discover that you are taking or have taken a medication that was subject to a recall, then speak with your physician right away. It is also a good idea to consult a San Francisco product liability attorney to inquire about potential legal remedies. In some cases, you may be able to file a claim against the pharmaceutical company

Harmed by a Drug or Medical Device? Contact Our Drug and Medical Device Lawyers

The Brandi Law Firm has extensive experience investigating unsafe pharmaceutical devices and drugs. We have the knowledge, skill and resources necessary to take on negligent pharmaceutical manufacturers. Our San Francisco product liability attorneys can meet with you to evaluate your particular situation. We can provide you with sound legal advice on your best options moving forward in a free initial consultation. Call our office today at 800-425-1986 or contact us online.