Dangerous Medical Devices
“Because of our reputation for integrity, many of the nation’s
top independent experts work with us to investigate and prepare the strongest
evidence possible for maximum compensation for cases involving medical
- Senior Partner, Lynn Johnson
FDA Approval? What Does that Mean?
Medical devices and implants undergo strict government testing before they’re approved for market. Medical companies often try to hide behind FDA approval to deny liability if one of their products causes injury, but the courts are changing. If you’ve been injured because of a failed implant or a dangerous medical device, you’re entitled to seek money damages, even if the Food and Drug Administration have approved the product.
No Attorney Fees Unless We Help You Recover Money
Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman is one of the leading defective product litigation firms in the Midwest. Since 1949, we’ve helped thousands of negligence victims recover full and fair money damages after an injury or wrongful death. We’ve also earned recognition for providing intelligent and successful representation.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration* currently lists more than 120 dangerous medical devices that have been recalled from the market since 2001. Some of these recalled products include:
- Implantable infusion pumps and power packs
- Automatic external defibrillators
- Catheters and coronary stents
- Implantable ventricular assist devices
- Blood glucose monitoring systems and test strips
- Continuous renal replacement systems
- Recall information
Contact our dangerous medical device lawyers to learn more about our record of success. Our experienced trial attorneys represent clients in cases throughout Missouri, Kansas and the Midwest.