Defective Medical Device Litigation Attorneys

Medical devices, when properly designed, manufactured and marketed, can save lives and improve quality of life for thousands of patients. Unfortunately, when these devices have not been properly tested, or when information about known defects is withheld from doctors and patients, they can cause serious injury or death.

At Bryant Law Center, our nationally respected mass tort lawyers have extensive experience helping the victims of defective medical devices. We listen to individuals’ needs and concerns and provide experienced counsel. Trust our firm to fight for justice and compensation for injuries sustained by improperly functioning medical devices such as:

  • Stents
  • Artificial joints
  • Pain or insulin pumps
  • IVC filters
  • Heart valves
  • Breast implants
  • Pacemakers and more

We understand that the pain and other negative health effects you experience may be significant and long lasting. Our attorneys will stand by you to help secure a settlement that addresses the full extent of your injuries.

When medical device manufacturers cut corners or ignore safety regulations to increase profits, they need to be held responsible. We are a small-town Kentucky law firm that can make a nationwide impact on a patient’s health. Our lawyers are well known across the country for securing multimillion-dollar settlements and jury verdicts for our clients. We go the extra mile to build relationships and never treat you like a number.

Call For A Free Initial Consultation With An Experienced Trial Attorney

Do not allow your injuries to go unnoticed. Call 270-908-0995, or complete a simple contact form on our website to speak to an experienced mass tort litigation attorney. Our leading-edge litigation firm works directly with medical professionals and health care providers to help construct your case. Experience professional and personalized legal advice when you connect with our attentive attorneys today. Schedule your free case evaluation and learn more about our contingency fee-based representation where you do not pay unless we successfully secure compensation in your case.