Dangerous Drugs and Defective Medical Devices

Pharmaceutical and medical devices companies make billions of dollars a year from the drugs and products they produce. Most of the time, these drugs and products help save countless users lives, but sometimes these drugs and products are not safe and effective and can make things far worse.

These companies have a duty to properly research and test each drug and product before releasing them for consumers to use.

A dangerous drug is any form of prescribed or over-the-counter medication, which has caused complications, injuries, death or adverse side effects to its user.

All medical devices must be approved by the FDA prior to use, however oftentimes manufactures can find workarounds to FDA regulations to get untested and unsafe products to market. These devices in turn can cause serious injury or even death to their users.

Drug companies and device manufacturers can be held strictly liable for harm caused by their unreasonably dangerous or defective products.

The experts at Personal Injury Relief have the knowledge, experience, skill and resources to take on the pharmaceutical companies and medical device makers and hold them accountable for their actions.

Our experts have decades of experience holding prescription drug makers and medical device manufacturers accountable for their errors in judgment, negligent mistakes, and outright deceptions in putting the public health and safety at risk.

If you believe that you or a loved one has been harmed by a dangerous drug or defective medical device, please contact us to get more information at (888) 89-INJURY.

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