Defective Medical Device Injury Lawyers
Helping You through Life's Most Difficult Moments
Medical devices can provide cutting-edge treatment for serious conditions. Hip implants, blood clot filters, surgical mesh, and other devices can bring patients considerable relief and can save lives. When they have inherent design or manufacturing defects, however, they may do more harm than good. Crumley Roberts is committed to helping patients and families who have been adversely affected by defective medical devices. As injury attorneys, our mission is to stand up for our clients and fight for those who can’t fight for themselves.
If you or someone you love was injured by a defective medical device, we are here to help. We care like family, listen to learn, and do what’s right. When you come to Crumley Roberts, you become a part of our family. We take your concerns to heart and do everything we can to alleviate your stress and worries. We use our resources, knowledge, and experience to help you recover financial compensation to cover medical bills, lost earnings, and more*.
Representing Injured Patients in Their Time of Need
You can face a brighter future even in the wake of a medical device injury. Our support staff are here to answer your questions and address your concerns as they arise. Our attorneys are here to protect your rights and interests through every stage of your case. We are currently investigating cases involving such products as:
- Hip Replacements (DePuy and Stryker®)
- Surgical Mesh (Transvaginal and Hernia)
- IVC Filters
- Riata™ Defibrillators
Manufacturers and distributors of medical devices have an obligation to provide patients with products that are properly designed and manufactured. When they fail to do so, and patients are injured, Crumley Roberts is there fighting to hold them accountable so that patients may get the justice they deserve.
If you would like to contact our firm to discuss a medical device injury, please give us a call at (866) 691-0607. Our phone lines are open 24/7.
*Each case is different and must be evaluated on its individual merits. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome in the future.