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Defective Medical Products

A product may be dangerous because it was defectively designed, marketed for an unintended use, contained inadequate warnings or was manufactured in a way that created unacceptable risk of harm. Other types of negligent production and dissemination of products may also form the basis of a product liability claim.

Any dangerous medical product that has caused an injury may form the basis of a product liability claim. The experienced Springfield product liability lawyers at Kanoski Bresney can provide the experience and resources you require if you have been injured by dangerous medical products.

What are the Most Common Defective Medical Products?

Defective medical products can cause serious injuries and even death. Medical products may be dangerous due to a design defect, lack of testing, improper quality control or other defect. Examples of medical products that may form the basis of a product liability claim include:

  • Titanium screws
  • Mesh
  • DePuy hip implants
  • Defective defibrillators
  • Defective pacemaker
  • Defective pain pumps
  • Defective implanted instrumentation

Any dangerous medical product that has caused an injury may form the basis of a product liability claim. Kanoski Bresney can provide the experience and resources you require if you have been injured by dangerous medical products.

Contact Our Springfield, Illinois Attorneys

Our Illinois injury attorneys have successfully handled product liability cases involving a wide range of defective products, from a $5 million result in a chandelier defect case, to cases involving medical products, stoves and other dangerous products. If you have been injured as a result of a dangerous or defective product, contact Kanoski Bresney at (217) 523-7742 for a free case consultation.

To serve clients throughout central Illinois, we have eight convenient office locations in Springfield, Champaign, Bloomington, Quincy, Rushville, Macomb, Pekin and Decatur.