Product Liability Claims & Faulty Medical Equipment
We are experts in pursuing product liability claims that have resulted from faulty medical equipment and prescription drugs. Our lawyers have experience in successfully pursuing product liability claims in a number of areas, including:
- DePuy Hip replacements
- Faulty heart valves, pacemakers
- Faulty contraceptive devices
- Breast implants
Call Freephone 0800 358 3848
If you think you have grounds for a Product Liability Claim, call our specialist team of solicitors can help you recover the compensation you and your family deserve, Call us today or start your claim online and we will call you back.
Some of our cases include:
- Samantha Critchley acted in the claim for personal injury, loss and expense incurred arising out of defective breast implants
- We are acting for clients who have been affected by the DePuy Hip Replacement recall. Mark Bowman is conducting these claims
If you believe you have a Product Liability Claim, please contact our medical negligence team for free No Win Fee advice
Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
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