Recalls on Defective Medical Devices
Were you recently hurt and have questions about recalls on defective medical devices in Florida? Watch this video, then call Paul Boone Law.
What do I do if a medical device I’ve been using has be recalled or is defective?
Many times, a device has produced injury or damaged people across the country. It gets the attention of the maker of the device or of the federal agency controlling the device and there is a recall. If there’s a recall, respond to it. You may be entitled depending upon the level of recall and the level of damages this recall causing some remedial compensation. Do what the recall says.
Now, having said that, you should also contact a lawyer because, if there’s a recall, it means there’s something wrong with the device, and more than likely, it’s a defect that the manufacturers probably knew or should have known about and they acted appropriately. That is a claim that you can make against the maker of that device. With a defective product, whether it’s recalled or not, you have the opportunity to make a claim against the maker and others, but most obviously the maker of the product. Whether it’s recalled or not, contact a lawyer as soon as you suspect that you’ve been hurt because of a device, a medical device. We can talk you through what you need to do, get the facts, and then advise you on how best to move forward.
Did you or a loved one experience an unreasonably dangerous medical device in Florida and have questions about recalls on defective medical devices? Contact an experienced Nassau County defective medical device lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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