Baltimore Defective Medical Device Attorney

Investigating Your Case, Seeking Maximum Compensation

Medical technology has evolved rapidly, and new medical devices have brought relief to countless patients suffering from terrible pain, disability and chronic illness. However, some medical devices have manufacturing defects that make them just as dangerous as the conditions they were designed to address. Some patients have developed new conditions or experienced an exacerbation of their original illness. If this has happened to you or to a loved one, it is important to learn whether you have any recourse.

At Schlachman, Belsky & Weiner, P.A., our attorneys handle defective medical device cases. Our firm has the experience, resources and tenacity to hold manufacturers of defective medical devices responsible for the injuries they cause. We consult with experts and specialists to fully understand the nature of the defect that caused injury or death. We work with economists, life-care planners and others to quantify the impact of the defective medical device on our client's life, family and career. We use our courtroom experience to develop compelling trial presentations that seek maximum compensation for our injured clients.

Examples of Our Cases

Our Maryland lawyers undertake:

  • Defective hip and knee replacement cases, including DePuy hip replacement claims
  • Pain pumps
  • Stents
  • Implants

The suffering caused by these and all defective medical devices is increased by the disappointment and frustration suffered by patients. They believed that having a hip replaced or stent implanted would improve their situations, not make them sicker.

In addition to seeking compensation for clients who suffered injury because of a defective medical device, we undertake wrongful death claims. We seek awards and settlements for clients whose loved ones died because of a defective medical device. Our lawyers are sensitive to the grief of our clients and provide personal attention and care throughout the process.

For more information about our Baltimore defective medical device lawyers, contact SBW Law today. Call 877-736-1845 toll free or complete our online form.