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California Defective Medical Devices Attorney

Medical devices can significantly improve a person’s quality of life, but if they are defective or functioning improperly, they may cause greater harm to your health. If you’ve been injured as the result of a defective medical device, contact Pollard | Bailey today to schedule a free consultation with a California defective medical device lawyer. You may be eligible for significant compensation.

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Why Choose Pollard | Bailey?

At Pollard | Bailey, the defective medical device attorneys in California are committed to pursuing compensation for clients who have been harmed due to defective medical devices.

  • We have over 40 years of combined legal experience.
  • We have a proven record of results, recovering compensation in more than 96% of our cases.
  • All our clients are represented by partner-level attorneys – not legal assistants or junior associates.
  • We operate on a contingency fee basis, with no upfront costs or out-of-pocket expenses. We only charge legal fees when we win compensation for your case.

Our California injury lawyers want to help you seek the maximum possible compensation necessary to make a full recovery.

What Are the Commonly Used Medical Devices & Their Classification?

All medical devices are arranged under specific designations by the FDA:

  • Class I: Refers to non-invasive medical devices, such as tongue depressors, hospital beds, slings, bandages, thermometers, and others with general controls. This class contains a majority of all medical devices.
  • Class II: Considered to pose a more significant risk to patients and require special controls and requirements. These include blood pressure cuffs, wheelchairs, and X-ray machines.
  • Class III: Devices under this class are considered high-risk, as they are utilized to sustain or improve a patient’s well-being. These devices include hip replacements, knee implants, pacemakers, and prosthetics.

What Are the Types of Defective Medical Devices Claims?

In most instances, injuries are sustained from devices under the Class III designation. Harm often occurs due to improperly manufactured or damaged devices. The device may have a defective design or stopped working or began breaking down progressively.

Additional claims highlight the manufacturer’s negligence in providing sound warnings and instructions for the installation or operation of a device, and so, a patient was injured while using the device.

Potential Liable Parties in a Defective Medical Device Case

With defective medical device cases, various parties can be held liable, such as the manufacturer, laboratory, supplier, sales representative, hospital, or doctor involved in the device’s use or implantation.

Contact a California Defective Medical Device Lawyer to Build Your Case

If you or a loved one has suffered immensely because of the negligence of a manufacturer or other supporting parties, contact Pollard | Bailey at (310) 854-7650, California defective medical device attorneys. We can help you build a product liability claim to get the necessary compensation to cover your treatment and care expenses as well as your pain and suffering. Get in touch with the law office of Pollard | Bailey to begin the process of legal recovery for your defective medical device claim.

Our office resides in Beverly Hills, but we proudly serve the entire State of California – all 58 counties. At any given time we have a multitude of cases pending in both Northern and Southern California, frequently litigating cases on behalf of clients in the following Counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Fresno, Kern, Los Angeles, Marin, Mariposa, Merced, Napa, Orange, Placer, Riverside, Sacramento, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino, Santa Clara, San Diego, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Tehama and Ventura.