Utah Defective Medical Device Lawyer
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As a defective medical device lawyer in Utah, we represent patients of all ages, both men and women who have suffered due to a faulty medical device. It doesn’t matter who you are or how much money you make, health problems do not discriminate and neither do drug or medical companies. If you are using a medical device to treat a health condition, you are always at a certain level of risk for that drug causing additional side effects. The severity of those side effects is what makes a medical device dangerous or not.
The FDA releases a list of faulty medical devices and also issues warnings. If a device you are using or have used is on the list, give us a call. Additionally, if you see an ad on television regarding a device you are using, call us. We can review your case and let you know if there is an existing class action you should join or if you would be better served by filing individually. We can help you in either case.
If you have not read any alerts regarding your particular medical device but you are having problems, we can certainly help you. Each one of these class actions started because someone was brave enough to discuss their terrible side effects and do something about it.
You may feel like you are alone in your suffering, but it is unlikely that you are. Other patients are probably suffering from similar problems. If a device is defective, it will impact a certain percentage of the people using it. Working with an attorney and filing your claim can help you understand that you are not alone and that there is hope for a return to normalcy.
One of our main goals is to ensure that you can receive the medical care necessary to reach a full recovery. If that is not possible, you still need to be treated so you can feel as well as possible. Very often, this can require the need for surgery or extensive medical procedures. Insurance companies, however, do not always want to pay for this. As an attorney, our job is to ensure that you receive the care you need, and if that means going up against the insurance company, we are happy to do so.
Do not miss out on your opportunity to win a financial award in court. You must file your lawsuit before the statute of limitations is reached. We recommend that you file within the first two years because that will cover medical malpractice and product liability along with any personal injury. This allows us the greatest level of flexibility in determining how we want to file your case. The ultimate goal, however, is to ensure that you receive the financial compensation you need to pay for your medical treatment and any expenses or losses that have occurred from using this device.
Medical device companies are not your local mom-and-pop drug store. They are typically large corporations with significant legal weight. Having gone through the process of obtaining FDA clearance, they guard their reputation zealously. With that in mind, you cannot expect them to admit fault and settle your case. Instead, you must be prepared to fight them. On your own, this could be impossible, but with our help, you have a fighting chance.
Once retained, we will begin gathering evidence and preparing to go to court. If you prefer for us to negotiate, we can certainly do so. However, going to court is typically necessary for maximizing the value of your claim (getting you more money).
Don’t leave your questions unanswered when we make it easy to get help. One Call — That’s All. Get legal answers 24/7 with staff available day or night by calling 800-404-9000. Craig Swapp & Associates and Younker Hyde Macfarlane are here to answer all your legal questions and can provide you with a consultation to discuss your case.