THE BENEFIT OF TRIAL EXPERIENCE
Our attorneys have won jury trials throughout Texas.
We are always prepared to go to court to get results.
Attorneys at Our Firm

Medical Devices / Drugs

When Medical Devices and Drugs Cause Harm

Life Member Million Dollar Advocates Forum Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum The Top Trial Lawyers in America ™Drug companies and the manufacturers of medical devices often profit without considering the overall safety of their products. When a medical product is unsafe or is not properly tested, it can cause serious injury, even fatalities. At Rush & Gransee, L.C., we have experience in the investigation and pursuit of claims related to medical device and drug injuries. Our firm represents individuals and families who have suffered as a result of a serious injury or a wrongful death.

National Board Of Trial Advocacy EST.1977 NBTA Member National Board of Trial AdvocacyWhen you suffer as a result of negligent or intentional distribution of a harmful medical product, we will investigate your case and aggressively pursue maximum compensation on your behalf. Contact a San Antonio defective medical device lawyer for an initial consultation or case evaluation.

In one recent case, our firm was contacted by a family to pursue claims against a physician for injuries resulting from a medical treatment. After our investigation, we were able to determine that the manufacturer of the medical device used by the physician was actually responsible. Instead of pursuing a claim solely against the doctor, (a claim that would have had limited noneconomic damages of only $250,000 under Texas law) we were successful in obtaining a multimillion-dollar settlement from the manufacturer of the device.

If you or someone you love has suffered an injury from a defective medical device or a drug, or you believe that a product caused an injury or wrongful death, it is important to begin an immediate investigation to preserve evidence for your case. We have significant experience asserting the rights of victims in litigation involving dangerous drugs and defective medical products cases and will seek to maximize your compensation for any injury or loss.

Defective Devices • Dangerous Drugs • Inadequate Testing • Poor Instructions

The manufacturing and marketing of medical devices is regulated by the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH), a department of the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Devices sold and used by medical or health care providers are classified by the FDA according to necessary abilities and/or qualifications required to use the device safely and effectively. Reports on devices that have malfunctioned or caused death or serious injury are collected by the CDRH and stored in the Medical Device Reporting (MDR) database and the Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience (MAUDE) database.

We will thoroughly investigate the products and devices involved in any claim and will aggressively pursue responsible corporations that have improperly manufactured a device, improperly labeled a device, or provided improper training and guidance on the use of a device.

Our personal injury claims attorneys will pursue defective medical device injury and drug cases involving:
  • Fen-Phen
  • Defective implants: hip, knee
  • Plastic surgery
  • Heart monitors
  • Defective pacemakers
  • Defibrillators
  • Any other type of medical device or drug that has caused injury or death

We routinely work with experts in the medical field who can identify the dangerous side effects or the consequences of a failed device. Our attorneys have established a record of results in maximizing compensation for the victims and families of medical device and drug injuries. If you have suffered, do not hesitate to speak to a lawyer as soon as possible.

Contact Us Today for a Free Consultation

Contact Rush & Gransee, L.C., today for a free initial consultation or case evaluation with an experienced San Antonio, Texas, lawyer. We will aggressively assert your rights in any defective medical device or dangerous drugs case.