Each year, pharmaceutical companies and healthcare experts create new medications and medical devices that often improve the lives of the patients who use them. In many cases, these medications and devices provide more of a benefit than risk to patients, and some are even lifesaving. These products are highly regulated by the government, namely the FDA. In most cases, these drugs and devices do as manufacturers designed them to do and carry the risks that manufacturers warn about. However, that isn’t always the case.

Far too often, pharmaceutical drugs and medical devices lead to complications and cause those using them serious injuries. Even worse, many times manufacturers are aware of side effects well before they warn doctors and patients of risks associated with these medical products. When specific drugs or devices cause injuries on a grand scale, multiple lawsuits will emerge, looking to hold these pharmaceutical companies and device manufacturers liable for the damage their products caused.

As you can imagine, these cases are incredibly complex. They often involve multiple parties, large sums of money, witnesses, and complex legal matters. Our New Orleans-based attorneys possess nearly seven decades worth of experience, assisting clients with complex litigation cases involving pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Our attorneys have cultivated a thorough understanding of the healthcare industry and medical laws.

Filing a Pharmaceutical or Medical Device Litigation Lawsuit

If you have been injured by a dangerous drug or a defective medical device, recovering compensation means you must go up against large pharmaceutical companies or product manufacturers. In many instances, countless other individuals have also suffered similar damages as you. They, too, plan on filing a lawsuit against these companies. These companies have vast resources and will fight tirelessly to avoid responsibility for their actions.

At Gainsburgh, Benjamin, David, Meunier & Warshauer, L.L.C., our attorneys are not afraid to go up against these organizations, and we have experience of successfully doing so, securing our clients the compensation they deserve.

Often, these cases involve one of three defects:

  • Design Defects: a defect in the drug or medical device’s design that made the product unreasonably dangerous when used as intended
  • Manufacturing Defects: the drug or medical device’s design is safe, but an issue in the manufacturing process led to the product becoming dangerous to use
  • Marketing Defects or Inadequate Warnings: the manufacturers did not provide a proper warning label for all the potential side effects of the product or marketed the product to assist with an issue that it doesn’t, which lead to complications and injuries

Our attorneys have years of experience investigating and handling pharmaceutical and medical device litigation cases, discovering where the defect occurred, and preparing your case thoroughly.

Pharmaceutical and medical device litigation presents significant challenges for plaintiffs seeking compensation for the damages they suffered. Often, you are not alone in suffering damages and wanting to seek compensation. Our team of attorneys at Gainsburgh, Benjamin, David, Meunier & Warshauer, L.L.C. possesses the skills, experience, legal proficiency, and resources to successfully and confidently go up against these large pharmaceutical companies and fight for the justice you deserve. Contact us today to set up a legal consultation.

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced litigators, Please contact our firm via email or call 504-522-2304 .

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We understand the challenges injured individuals and entities face in selecting a lawyer to litigate complicated legal matters where the stakes are high. With those challenges in mind, we take cases on a percentage fee basis. If we do not secure a settlement or judgment, we do not charge a legal fee.

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