Garden City Defective Medical Products Attorney
At the Law Offices of Gary S. Alweiss, our firm confidently handles cases related to defective medical products. These types of cases have become more common as the population ages and relies on advanced medical technology to help them continue to live their lives. Contact us today to discuss your defective medical products case with an experienced lawyer at our firm.
Personal Injury Representation for Nearly 30 Years
Our office focuses on helping the injured obtain compensation for the injuries they have suffered due to a defective medical product or other type of personal injury situation. We strive to help clients understand their rights after being injured. Many different medical products have been recalled or deemed dangerous after they have been used to treat patients. These include:
- Hip replacements
- Knee replacements
- Drug pumps
- Other types of implantable devices
- Tubing and needles
Time Limitations on Filing Injury Claims
If you have been injured by a defective medical product, it is important to know that there are time constraints that govern when personal injury claims can be filed. Our firm has extensive knowledge of these types of cases and the time limitations that may be applicable. We can review your case and discuss with you how and when a claim may be made.
Dangerous and Defective Pharmaceutical Products
Recently, there have been many medications that have come under scrutiny as doing more harm than good. Brand name, common pharmaceuticals have been allegedly linked to strokes, heart attacks and even death. If you or a loved one has been injured by a recalled, dangerous or misprescribed drug, our firm can help you understand your rights in taking action against the pharmaceutical company and other negligent parties.
If you believe your injuries are the result of medical negligence or a dangerous product,contact our offices or call us at 1-877-361-5780. We offer a free initial consultation to every client so we can discuss your product liability, defective medical product or other medical malpractice case.