The complex nature of medical devices in the 21st century is often reflected in the amount of times they fail while performing their function. Some of the most commonly failing medical devices include:
Not only do implants and therapeutic equipment sometimes fail to deliver on the promise of rehabilitation, they can also do more harm than good. In some cases, these devices actually increase recovery times, and can lead to further painful, expensive treatments and procedures. Tragically, these defects are not always remedied effectively and can sometimes serve as a catalyst to fatality.
Should these products fail you, you have the right to hold responsible parties accountable for their negligence. Contact us for a free, no obligation case review today.