DEFECTIVE MEDICAL PRODUCTS

Between 2005-2009, the FDA issued 3,510 medical device recalls.

-U.S. Government Accountability Office

Georgia Defective Medical Products  Lawyer

Serving Georgia and Other States for Medical Product Injuries

As a patient or family member, you have every right to trust that medical equipment will aid in your recovery, not cause additional medical problems. When a defective medical device causes serious injury or death, you need to understand your legal options.

The Regulation and Recall of Medical Devices

The Center for Devices and Radiological Health, a division of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, regulates the manufacture, packaging, labeling, and importation of medical devices sold in the United States. The FDA can recall a dangerous or defective product and either require corrective action or mandate its removal from the marketplace. In 2012, the FDA recalled 1,190 medical devices and radiation-emitting products. 

What Can You Do?

When poorly designed, medical devices can cause devastating injuries to the very patients they were meant to help. Fortunately, the manufacturers who sell many defective devices can be held accountable, and injured patients may be able to get compensation for their expenses, pain and suffering.

Contact Wheale Law Firm for a Free Case Consultation

For a free case consultation, give Wheale Law a call at

678-580-8936 or send an email.  No Commitments.

Unlike most attorneys, Patrick J. Wheale handles personal injury cases exclusively, specializing in helping injured victims.

Wheale Law provides legal services exclusively on a contingent fee basis.  In other words, you pay no upfront costs.  Wheale Law only collects attorney's fees if your case successfully resolves. 

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