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Doctors are now able to use medical supplies to improve a patient’s health and well-being because of technological advancements in medicine. Today, doctors utilize medical products for a wide range of diseases, including heart disease, kidney failure, joint replacements, and contraception. However, many companies attempt to launch new items as quickly as possible in order to make a quick profit.

Pharmaceutical firms also try to get new medications through the Food and Drug Administration to be the first drug on the market. Manufacturers frequently fall short in testing new items and medications, failing to disclose the product’s unknown flaws or potentially dangerous side effects. When this happens, Texas Personal Injury Lawyers is standing by to hold them accountable.

Texas Personal Injury Lawyers fight for the rights of individuals hurt by faulty medical goods. We work to preserve patient freedoms and seek accountability from manufacturers for their mistakes. If you or a loved one was harmed by a faulty medical device or suffered as a result of an undisclosed harmful medical product, you should contact Texas Personal Injury Lawyers for advice on your legal options.

We know that this may be a distressing period for you and your family, and we are here to support you. We are dedicated to holding manufacturers accountable for their mistakes. We provide sensitive legal counsel and will strive to ensure that you and your family get the fair compensation you deserve.

What Damages Are Available In A Medical Equipment Product Liability Lawsuit?

Defective products and medical equipment may take days, months, or even years to cause harm. It’s critical that you retain the services of a skilled medical device liability lawyer. At Texas Personal Injury Lawyers, we have a long history of obtaining compensatory damages for clients harmed by faulty medical equipment and product, including:

  • Full compensation for medical expenses related to the injury
  • Lost wages if you cannot work
  • Loss of future income
  • Pain and suffering damages
  • Loss of enjoyment of life damages

You may consult our specialist legal team immediately to evaluate your recoverable damages.

What Are The Most Common Causes Of Defective Medical Equipment Injuries?


Defective medical items can result in significant bodily injury. When implanted medical devices short circuit and induce life-threatening sepsis or infection, they can produce internal burns. Bacterial and fungal infections are common in the implants of many people.

When the adverse effects of a medicine outweigh its possible advantages, it may be labeled as defective. The drug was produced incorrectly, leading to severe adverse effects.

Defective products and medical devices often result in the following types of injuries:

  • Nervous system damage
  • Tissue or bone damage
  • Infections
  • Cardiovascular damage
  • Permanent disability
  • Allergic reactions
  • Severe strokes
  • Bleeding on the brain
  • Organ damage
  • Medication error resulting from faulty IV lines administering the wrong dosage
  • Chronic pain

If you or a loved one have experienced any of the aforementioned symptoms, consult with a medical equipment product liability lawyer right away.

What Kinds Of Defects Are Connected To Medical Equipment Product Liability?


The consequences of defective goods and medical devices can be devastating. There are three distinct ways a medical device or drug might cause harm:

Design defects: A design error is a flaw in a medical device or drug at the level of its design or blueprint. The device is inherently hazardous owing to the design. Even if the item was constructed from the greatest materials, the design flaw makes it dangerous to everyone who uses it.

A heart pump that short-circuits and fails, causing serious internal burning damage, is an example of a design defect in a medical device.

Manufacturing defects: If the product’s design is good, then the problem might be on the manufacturing side. A manufacturing defect occurs when a product is made with insufficient materials or without regard for its specified design.

A typical example of a medical device manufacturing defect is when a drug is produced with the incorrect components, resulting in adverse effects.

Marketing defects: When a medical product or device is incorrectly labeled, it is known as a marketing defect. Medical devices and medicines must include clear instructions for use in order to be legal. Doctors, hospitals, and patients must be informed of the dangers following FDA approval. Manufacturers are also responsible for keeping track of any new risks or health hazard information.

A medical product’s marketing defect, for example, would be if the producers of a knee replacement component neglected to notify doctors and patients about any potential dangers.

Defective medical equipment can result in serious and irreversible injuries. Injured consumers may suffer temporary or permanent harm. Defective products and medical technology can lead to fatal issues in certain situations.

Are Defective Products & Medical Devices Injuries On The Rise?


Medical goods have seen a significant boost in popularity over the last ten years. Defective medical goods and devices, on the other hand, have resulted in an alarming number of injuries and fatalities. According to numerous sources:

  • According to estimates, 1.6 million individuals are injured by prescription medications each year as a result of adverse effects.
  • Defective medical devices cause more than 200,000 accidents each year.

In the last ten years, data from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was used to produce a medical device injury report, which investigated faulty medical equipment. The following are the most prevalent defective medical goods identified out of 1.7 million injuries:

  • Surgical mesh caused 60,795 injuries
  • Hip prosthesis accounted for 103,104 injuries
  • Spinal stimulators caused 78,172 injuries
  • Defibrillators resulted in 59,457 injuries
  • Insulin pump implants accounted for 60,561 injuries
  • Insulin pumps with sensors caused 94,826 injuries

Despite the high number of injuries, only 4,500 defective gadgets and medicines are recalled every year.

Medical equipment product liability lawyers at Texas Personal Injury Lawyers have represented a wide range of clients whose problems include everything from medical devices to complex ailments. We’ll work tirelessly to help you get your life back on track. For assistance with medical malpractice, see our medical malpractice claims page. 

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