Defective & Dangerous Medical Devices

Every day life-saving devices malfunction or are misused

We rely on them to stay alive or improve our quality of life. Yet, every year people are severely injured or die because of defective or dangerous medical devices.

One call, that’s all it takes for the products liability lawyers at Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C.’s offices in Albany, Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Duluth, Macon and Savannah in Georgia to help you. We have been protecting the rights and advocating the interests of victims of defective medical devices for more than 25 years.

When trust is broken and you are hurt, you need legal advice

When a healthcare provider recommends a device to help us live a better life, we trust that it will perform as expected. But when these devices malfunction, and in many cases cause catastrophic injuries, it is critical that you consider legal action against those responsible.

You should know that a medical device is considered defective if there is a design defect, a manufacturing defect, or the labeling is not sufficient to warn you of the risks.

One call is all it takes for one of our defective products lawyers to listen to the circumstances of your injury, and determine if and how you can get the full and fair compensation you deserve.

Make one call to see if you have a case

There are literally thousands of medical devices used for almost every kind of situation, for example:

  • Pacemakers
  • Prosthetic limbs
  • Sleep apnea machines
  • Insulin pumps
  • Defibrillators
  • Oxygen machines
  • Dialysis machines
  • Ear tubes

One call to our office quickly puts you in contact with a skilled defective product lawyer. We can evaluate all aspects of your case and back you with the resources you need to get justice.

Hernia Mesh Cases

Hernia mesh is a product used to treat hernias.  A hernia occurs when the wall of the abdomen breaks down, causing internal organs to squeeze through it.  Hernia mesh is surgically placed to essentially patch up the hole in the abdominal wall.

IVC Filter Lawsuits

Our office is currnetly accepting personal injury cases involving the IVC Filter. If you or a loved one has suffered serious injury from a defective IVC filter, you should contact us today for a free legal consultation. 1-800-CALL-KEN. One call, that’s all.

Helping Georgia’s victims of defective and dangerous medical devices—One call, that’s all

Let our defective products lawyers help you with a free case review to determine the extent of your injuries and your claim. Simply contact Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. online, click on Chat Live above, or call us toll free at 1-888-579-1790.