When a medical device or drug does
more harm than good, it’s good to
have someone on your side.

Medical products are supposed to heal, not harm.

With millions of dollars in potential sales at stake, drug and medical device manufacturers do all they can to get their product to the marketplace as fast as they can. Though consumers have every right to expect the medical products they use to be safe and efficacious, especially with the FDA providing oversight, the rush to market can – and does – lead to mistakes.

And these mistakes can have a serious, instantaneous and even catastrophic impact.

Whitfield Bryson & Mason has a great deal of experience – and a great deal of success – with mass tort lawsuits on behalf of large groups of consumers who were injured by faulty drugs or defective medical devices. Whether the litigation is against the manufacturer or designer of the defective medical product, our attorneys are eminently qualified to  manage these complex cases.

We have, in fact, been recognized for the quality and effectiveness of our practice by organizations such as Martindale-Hubbell and Super Lawyers. 

Defective medical products 

  • Defective drugs such as Accutane and Fosamax
  • Defibrillators
  • Hip or joint replacements
  • Pacemakers
  • Contact lenses
  • Pain pumps
  • Kugel mesh hernia patches
  • Avandia
  • Ortho Evra
  • Yaz/Yasmin
  • Transvaginal Mesh Patches

Let’s talk through what you’ve been through.

If you or someone in your family has suffered as a result of a defective drug or faulty medical device, Whitfield Bryson & Mason would be pleased to provide a free assessment of your case. Give us a call, toll-free, at 1-855-WBM-ATTY (1-855-926-2889).