Defective Medical Device Lawyers Philadelphia, PA
Personal Injury Attorneys with Over 25 Years of Experience Assisting Patients and Their Families in Pennsylvania
When a defective heart defibrillator or other medical product causes injury or death, it is natural for a patient and a family to be angry, confused and determined to find out why and how the product was allowed to remain on the market. If you suffered illness or injury, or if your loved one died because of a defective medical product such as those listed here, you should contact a medical malpractice and product liability attorney.
For more than 25 years, Joseph M. Marrone has been fighting for the rights of people injured by dangerous and defective products. Contact us to discuss your potential case. You can rely on us to pursue negligence involving any of the following medical devices or products:
- Knee implants
- Hip implants
- Breast implants
- Replacement body parts
- Medical devices
- CT scanner
- Other imaging equipment and machines
At the Marrone Law Firm, LLC, we do not leap to conclusions before conducting a proper investigation in connection with a potential product liability claim or lawsuit. Consult our injury law attorneys at the Marrone Law Firm, LLC to learn how we can help you after you have suffered harm because of a defective medical product. The Marrone Law Firm, LLC consists of a team of talented litigators who prepare every case as if for trial. We are ready to go to court on your behalf if the cause-effect relationship is clear in a case involving a defective medical product. Doctors, hospitals, manufacturers, and vendors of defective medical equipment, devices or products should be held responsible when the bad part contributed to a patient’s injury or death.
New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania — Our Defective Medical Device Lawyers Aggressively Represent the Injured
Contact our team to discuss your experience with Philadelphia defective medical products. Attorneys at the law firm represent clients who have suffered injuries after use of a medication or surgical implant.