Defective Medical Device Lawyers

Technology has allowed new medical devices to change the health care world. However, if these devices are defective, they also have the ability to cause much more harm than good. This can occur when research is not complete or manufacturers are able to side-step regulations. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) tries to protect consumers and recall defective products, but sometimes they are too late. If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective medical device, call the Buckley Law Group.

IVC Filters

The purpose of an IVC (Inferior Vena Cava) filter is to capture blood clots before they enter the heart, lungs, or brain. This is accomplished by inserting a spider-like wire…

Hernia Mesh

Physiomesh was originally approved by the FDA in 2010 without any new safety studies because the product was said to be similar to other hernia mesh products on the market…

Hip Replacement

Hip replacement surgery is intended to improve the patient’s quality of life by alleviating symptoms associated with arthritis…

Stockert 3T Heat-Cooler

Claims are being filed against LivaNova PLC, the manufacturer of the Stockert 3T Heater-Cooler Systems, because the device has been found to transmit…

DePuy Synthes Radial Head Prosthesis System

In late December 2016, Johnson & Johnson issued a Class 1 Recall of their DePuy Synthes radial head prosthesis…

SYNVISC-ONE® INJECTION RECALL

Have you been injected with Synvisc-One to relieve arthritis-related pain? The Buckley Law Group is currently investigating