Dangerous drugs and defective medical devices injure thousands of people every year. Even drugs and devices that are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) can cause serious injuries when the manufacturers of these products fail to properly test them or design them safely. Drug manufacturers have been known to promote certain drugs for off-label use, which means the drug was approved for an indication different from the use it is being promoted for and often times never went through pre-market testing for the marketed use. Device manufacturers are permitted to do minimal to no clinical testing for the majority of FDA approved devices based on the representation that they are similar to devices already on the market. Often times those similar devices rely on devices that were eventually recalled or taken off the market for performance issues.
Our team has experience holding those large corporations accountable for the serious physical harm inflicted on consumers. Patients who suffered serious injuries as a result of a dangerous drug, or a defective medical device need strong, experienced advocates who will fight on their behalf. Each case is unique and deserves personal attention to fully understand the physical, emotional and financial harm experienced by patients harmed by defective medications or medical devices.
If you think you have been injured in connection with your use of a drug or defective medical device, please contact Melissa Hague at firstname.lastname@example.org, call (888) 872-6975 or fill out the form and one of our attorneys will reach out to you within 24 hours to conduct a free and confidential evaluation of your case.
GSP is actively investigating cases involving injuries from the following drugs and medical devices: