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Medical Device Failure

Jacksonville Defective Medical Device Attorneys

Medical devices can perform miracles, helping people walk, providing relief from chronic pain, restoring hearing, correcting irregular heartbeats and so much more. While the majority of medical devices perform as intended and help patients, some fail. Medical device failure can prove catastrophic. Patients may suffer from serious side effects such as pain and immobility or may experience potentially deadly problems like organ perforation or metallosis.

If you had a medical device implanted in your body at your doctor’s recommendation, only to suffer harm, or if you have lost a loved one due to medical device failure, Spohrer Dodd is here to help. We represent clients in Florida and across the United States in cases involving defective medical devices. As dedicated trial lawyers with over 150 years of combined legal experience, we work as a team to deliver the results our clients need to create more stable future. We also look to improve standards and change policies pertaining to medical device testing, approval, and safety.

Contact our Jacksonville defective medical device lawyers at 888-577-8705 for a free review of your potential claim.

Types Of Medical Device Lawsuits We Handle

If you are looking for more information on a defective medical device and what right you have to join a class action or file a lawsuit, you can find honest insight at Spohrer Dodd. We will answer your questions and will help you understand your options so you can make the right choices moving forward.

We can help with medical device failure claims in Jacksonville, Florida, and beyond involving:

  • Metal-on-metal hip implants and hip replacement systems
  • Pelvic mesh and sling devices
  • IVC filters
  • Pacemakers
  • Surgical mesh
  • Intrauterine devices (IUDs)

Get The Information You Need About Medical Device Injuries

No matter the type of medical device, we may be able to assist you. Call 904-659-9054 or contact us online for a free, confidential case evaluation.