Dangerous Drugs And Defective Medical Devices: Seeking Justice And Accountability Through Litigation
Trust. It is extremely important when it comes to medical procedures. You trust that the medicine or medical device your doctors use when treating you will make you better, not worse. As a patient, you put your trust in the companies that design and manufacture these defective drugs and devices. If you believe you have suffered serious injuries because of a dangerous drug or defective medical device/implant, you need to consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible.
At The Gori Law Firm, our attorneys have the complex litigation knowledge that is necessary to pursue your case. With a national reputation for excellence, you can rest assured that your case will be handled professionally, efficiently and effectively. With two locations in the St. Louis area, and several others throughout the U.S., our law firm handles cases nationwide.
We Understand Pharmaceutical And Medical Device Cases
You have an expectation that the medical device or drug used to improve your symptoms is safe. If you believe that you have been injured because of one of these drugs or devices, you need to talk to one of our lawyers right away to learn about your rights. Our attorneys will work hard to hold the manufacturers of these drugs/devices accountable when their products cause individuals harm. Some of the claims we handle include:
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We also handle cases involving the exposure to dangerous and/or toxic substances, such as benzene and talcum powder, which has been linked to ovarian cancer.
We Take Drug And Device Cases Nationwide — Get Your Free Case Review Today
If you have a claim to pursue because you were injured by a defective medical device, a faulty implant or a recalled drug, contact us online or by calling us at 618-307-4085, or toll free at 888-362-6890.
Whether you live in Madison County, Illinois, the St. Louis area or anywhere in the U.S., we can help. In fact, we have a national reputation for excellence, experienced attorneys and personal service, all on a contingent fee basis, which means that we only collect fees if we recover damages for you.