Wisconsin Defective Medical Device Attorneys
If you or a loved one have been injured by dangerous or defective medical devices you may be entitled to compensation. The personal injury attorneys at Bye, Goff and Rohde, Ltd. protect consumers suffering from illness, injury or loss of a loved one due to a defective medical device.
Metal-On-Metal Hip Implants
Thousands of patients have received hip implants using metal-on-metal components. Such a design has led to complications for some, including metal fatigue and metal poisoning, and the increased presence of metal ions in the bloodstream. Some patients require a surgery to revise the hip repair or to install new devices or parts.
Metal-on-metal hip implants include products from:
- Wright Medical
Victims of faulty or defective hip implants can face needless pain, suffering, loss of mobility and function, and the need for extra surgery.
If you have suffered complications stemming from a hip implant contact the Western Wisconsin injury attorneys at Bye, Goff & Rohde, Ltd., to explore your legal rights.
Financial compensation cannot stop the injury from happening but it can help with recovery and moving on with life. It can help pay for damages and losses including:
- Loss of income
- Loss of quality of life
- Equipment and medications
- Doctors consultations, specialists visits
- Emotional and physical support, therapy and rehabilitation
- Other damages
Fighting back against a large medical device manufacturer can be overwhelming, especially when you are also facing the emotional strain and physical pain of an injury. At Bye, Goff and Rohde we will focus on the legal side of things so you can concentrate on moving forward with your life.
Medical Parts and Supplies
If you or a loved one have experienced serious complications from artificial knees, implants, faulty surgical instruments or other defective medical supplies you may have a right to compensation.
The personal injury lawyers at Bye, Goff & Rohde, Ltd. provide free consultations to persons who may have been harmed by medical parts and supplies. We’re prepared to discuss your case at your convenience at the hospital, in your home or at our River Falls or Woodbury locations.
Additional information on medical devices, including safety notices and product recall notices, can be found on the website of the United States Food & Drug Administration: http://www.fda.gov/default.htm