Defective Drugs and Medical Devices Claims Lawyer
Due to the catastrophic effects defective drugs and medical devices can have on victims, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) maintains rigorous standards for manufacturers of these important medical products. Sadly, some dangerously defective drugs and medical devices slip through quality control testing and reach innocent patients. When this happens, it can cause catastrophic injuries, financial hardship, pain, suffering and other losses to patients and their loved ones.
The Stockbridge Law Office of Darrell T. Farr provides experienced legal advice and representation for victims and families who have been harmed by defective drugs and medical devices in Henry County, and throughout Georgia. If you believe you have a case, call (404) 964-6056 to arrange for a private consultation to discuss your options with Mr. Farr.
Trusted Defective Drugs and Medical Devices Representation
FDA approval of a drug or medical device does not guarantee its safety for users. Companies may still be held liable for bad quality control or manufacturing processes that produce harmful products. Defective drugs and medical devices lawsuits are the only way to stop companies from producing harmful products. In many cases, it is the only way for those injured by these defective products to provide for needed medical treatments.
If you or someone you love has been injured by a defective drug or medical device in Georgia, contact the Stockbridge Law Office of Darrell T. Farr. You may have a claim that justifies a defective drug and medical devices personal injury lawsuit to recover damages. Call or send a message online to book a confidential consultation where attorney Darrell T. Farr can examine the aspects of your claim.
Large pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing companies have a public trust, and your lawsuit will help hold them accountable to their customers. Don’t let defective drugs and medical devices continue causing harm to others. Contact attorney Darrell T. Farr in Henry County today.