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  • Defective Medical Devices

    When you have a medical condition, you should not have to worry about the safety of the medical equipment and devices the doctors are using. The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) strictly regulates medical devices and equipment. Despite that an alarming number of defective products still find their way to the market every year. In some cases, this is due to the medical equipment manufacturer’s failure to do sufficient quality testing on their products or to foresee potential problems. In other, even more alarming cases, medical manufacturers have knowingly released faulty equipment to the market, consciously and intentionally risking the health and safety of the patients who rely on their equipment.

    Regardless of the reasons for defective equipment making it to the market, patients and their families have a right to sue manufacturers to receive compensation for damages they have suffered as a result of the defective device or equipment.

    If you or someone you love has suffered damages as a result of faulty medical equipment, contact Bonnie S. Dombrowski at the Tucson, Az. office of Jacoby & Meyers. She can help you receive the compensation you deserve. You have a limited amount of time to file a suit, so it is important to act now.