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Albuquerque Defective Medical Device Attorney

A defective medical device could make the difference between life and death for a patient. A defective hip replacement, pacemaker, surgical instrument, IVC filter, or another life-saving device could cause significant pain and suffering for a patient and his/her family. In these situations, victims may often file product liability claims against the product manufacturer.

If you suffered damages because of a defective medical device, including the loss of a loved one, contact the Albuquerque personal injury lawyers at The Fine Law Firm. Our attorneys have decades of experience handling all types of personal injury claims, including those involving defective medical devices. Call (505) 889-FINE to request your free consultation in Albuquerque today.

Albuquerque Defective Medical Device Lawyer

Why Choose Us?

The Fine Law Firm has helped victims of personal injury since 1975. In that time, we’ve been recognized by prominent legal organizations, helped hundreds of clients obtain settlements and verdicts, and maintained a 99% success rate. Clients continue to trust us with their claims for many reasons.

  • We work hard to maximize compensation, even if that means going to trial.
  • We operate on a contingency-fee basis – you won’t pay if we don’t win.
  • We treat clients like family, speaking candidly with them and maintaining close contact.
  • We have a proven track record that speaks to our commitment to clients’ best interests.

Our lawyers have extensive experience handling personal injury and product liability cases. When we accept a case, we strive to achieve the best possible results.

Why Do You Need a Defective Medical Device Lawyer?

Going up against a medical device manufacturer or seller can be hard without an attorney. The manufacturer’s insurance company may try to offer an extremely low settlement, or deny your claim altogether. Once you approach insurance settlement negotiations with legal representation, however, an insurer is more likely to take your case seriously. Hiring a lawyer shows you won’t be taken advantage of and that you’ll fight for fair compensation through all available outlets.

The Impact of Defective Medical Devices

Past lawsuits regarding defective medical devices have alleged that they worsened patients’ prognoses, perforated veins and organs, shortened lifespans, caused serious personal injuries, and led to wrongful death. Often, patients rely on medical devices for survival. A defective product cannot carry out the mission for which manufacturers designed it. This can lead to major injuries, illnesses, and deaths.

Proving Negligence

After a defective medical product injures you or a loved one, explore your right to file a product liability case in the state of New Mexico. State law holds product manufacturers strictly liable for injuries or deaths their defective items cause consumers. This means you won’t have to prove negligence to receive a settlement or verdict. In some cases, however, you may have to show evidence of the manufacturer’s negligence in causing your injuries.

Damages You Can Recover

Working with one of our lawyers in a defective medical device case could help you obtain fair compensation for your related damages. Damages you may be able to recover include past and future lost earnings, medical bills, pain and suffering, and wrongful death damages. Although we can settle most cases before trial, we can go to court if that will garner better results for you and your family.

Contact Us Today

Don’t let a negligent manufacturing company get away with allowing defective medical products to go to doctors and surgeons for administration to unsuspecting patients. Come forward with your complaint and hire an Albuquerque defective medical device attorney to represent you during a product liability claim. The Fine Law Firm can take your case where it needs to go for your best odds of securing maximum compensation. Call (505) 889-FINE today or contact us online to learn more during a free consultation.