Medical Devices & Pharmaceuticals

Representing Client’s Nationwide Who Have Been Injured by Dangerous Drugs & Defective Implants

Manufacturers of medical devices and pharmaceuticals are obligated to make sure their products are free from defects, are reasonably safe to use, and are properly tested before being broadly released. They must also properly market these devices and drugs and must inform patients and medical practitioners of the potential side effects or complications associated with their use. If they do not, unsuspecting patients may be seriously injured or may even lose their lives.

Did a defective medical device cause you or a loved one to suffer serious harm? McCune Law Group can help. Pharmaceutical litigation is complex, but our attorneys have considerable experience holding drug companies and manufacturers accountable for their wrongdoing. We work with medical experts and meticulously investigate each case to uncover negligent or intentional misconduct and defects covered by strict liability laws.

Do you have a defective medical device case? Find out by calling (909) 345-8110 and arranging a free consultation with one of our attorneys.

How We Can Help

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From our office in Ontario, California, our attorneys handle individual lawsuits and class actions involving defective medical instruments and devices, including:

  • Metal hip replacements
  • Drug-coated stents
  • Defibrillators
  • Pacemakers
  • Transvaginal mesh
  • Surgical robots
  • Surgical instruments
  • Prosthetics

Representing Clients in Southern California & Across the Country

Through our years in practice, our pharmaceutical litigation lawyers have recovered millions of dollars for injured patients and their families. We take on cases in the Inland Empire area and across the country and are known for our aggressive representation of consumers’ rights in the most complicated and challenging lawsuits.

Even when approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a medical device or instrument can be defective. Whether its design, manufacture, or marketing are to blame, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your losses and injuries.

To learn more, call (909) 345-8110 for your confidential free consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here Are A Few Common Questions

Kristy M. Arevalo, Attorney at McCune Law Group Aravelo

Medical defect cases are complicated, requiring considerable experience and meticulous research. Cases may also require consults with medical experts to uncover every detail. Many cases are tried as complex class action lawsuits, and manufacturers have entire legal teams specifically for such circumstances.

The manufacturers of medical devices and defective drugs are obligated by the law to provide consumers with safe products that have been thoroughly tested before being put on the market. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) must approve the device or pharmaceutical for consumer release, but even with this oversight, defects in design and manufacturing can cause harm.

Dangerous drug and defective medical device claims usually are tried in class action suits, where groups of injured plaintiffs bring suit against a manufacturer. Cases may also be settled out of court, though these complex matters require a skilled attorney to level the playing field and fight for full and fair compensation.

A claim for compensation seeks money to pay for current and future medical care, rehabilitation, and punitive damages, if necessary. Your health and well-being are of prime concern, so never delay in seeking medical treatment. In addition, ongoing medical care can provide vital evidence needed to strengthen your claim and prevent a condition from getting worse.