Cincinnati product liability attorney and medical device defect lawyer reviews FDA recalls and represents plaintiffs nationwide in defective device injury cases. 

Hundreds of new medical devices are released each year in the United States. Doctors, surgeons and patients rely on device manufacturers to properly design and test medical devices before they are released to the public.

Many medical products, however, are recalled by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), sometimes after they have already caused severe injury to hundreds or thousands of patients.

When device manufacturers fail to control the quality of their products, and defective implants and devices injure patients, the companies may be held liable for damages in personal injury and product liability lawsuits.

Joe Lyon is an experienced Ohio Product Liability Attorney and Medical Device Defect Lawyer reviewing FDA recalls and  device injury cases nationwide. 

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Defective Medical Devices & Lawsuits

Manufacturers often voluntarily recall defective products when they discover a known defect or injury risk. Other times, the FDA, consumer safety advocates and a medical device defect lawyer may apply pressure to get the devices removed from the market. In recent years, the following devices have been recalled for defects and safety risks:

Legal Action: Contact a Medical Device Defect Lawyer

Due to corporate negligence and safety loopholes made available by the FDA approval process for new medical devices, many medical devices are defective and injure American patients.

Injured plaintiffs nationwide may consult with an experienced medical device defect lawyer and potentially file a personal injury and product liability lawsuit. Device litigation helps protect consumers in the future and forces medical device companies to claim responsibility and compensate the victims for damages.

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to a defective medical device and have questions about the legal remedies available to improve quality of life and medical care, contact The Lyon Firm at (800) 513-2403. You will speak directly with Mr. Lyon, a medical device defect lawyer, and he will help you answer these critical questions.