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Defective Drugs And Medical Devices


When Defective Drugs And Medical Devices Cause Harm

While we turn to the pharmaceutical and medical manufacturing companies for our medical needs, too often these devices are improperly designed causing serious, life-altering and permanent injuries.

To make things even more complicated, there is a new phenomenon of “compounding pharmacies” — organizations that work by taking an already existing drug and reconstituting it into a new type of drug. They are regulated differently than a regular drug manufacturer, making these cases all the more complex.

If you or a loved one has been injured due to what you believe was a defective medical product, retaining an experienced Kansas City injury attorney from the Missouri law firm of Norton & Spencer, P.C. is an absolute must given the complexity of these cases.

What Type of Drug or Device Injured You?

Because our Kansas City law firm combines a record of more than $50 million obtained for clients with 60 years of personal injury litigation experience in Missouri, we are able to take on even the most complex defective drug/medical device cases.

We are ready to put our extensive experience in medical malpractice and product liability litigation to work if you have been injured due to a faulty medication including:

  • Celebrex
  • Vioxx
  • Zyprexa
  • Bextra
  • Avandia
  • Rezulin
  • Ultram

We also handle claims involving defective medical devices, including:

  • Heart valves
  • (DePuy) hip implants
  • Stints
  • Pacemakers
  • Prosthetics
  • DePuy hip
  • Kugel mesh

We will look at all details of your case to determine to what you may be entitled. Undertaking a “David versus Goliath” case is nothing new to us. We have repeatedly gone to court against giant companies with airtight cases and obtained substantial compensation. We are ready to take our approach to work for you.

To discuss any aspect of a serious medical product accident in a free initial consultation with one of our Kansas City defective drug lawyers, call 866-251-5423 or 866-251-5423, or e-mail us now.