Defective Medical Devices
Defective Medical Devices Injury Lawyers
If you suffered a serious side effect from a defective medical devices or fitted with a recalled medical device, it may entitle you to compensation. At the Houston law firm of Perdue & Kidd the experienced lawyers represent clients throughout Texas and the country in defective medical device cases. They have over 100 years of combined legal experience and an accomplished record of achieving results for their clients.
Perdue & Kidd often work with pharmacology and medical experts to obtain valuable testimony regarding the cause and effects of the defect. This provides a valuable advantage when taking on complex cases against well-defended companies. Additionally, they prepare every case for trial, improving the chance for a successful recovery. If a fair settlement cannot be reached in negotiations, the personal injury trial lawyers are ready and willing to fight. We take big companies to the courtroom and make them accountable.
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Defective medical device victims can suffer all types of serious injuries. No matter what type of injury you are dealing with it can be devastating, therefore it is our goal to help you make a financial recovery and move on with your life.
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