Defective Medical Devices Attorneys in St. Louis

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Medical devices can provide significant relief and elevate quality of life for those with medical issues and physical limitations. That said, when these devices are improperly designed, they can cause serious and permanent injuries.

In particular, transvaginal mesh support systems are used by millions of women to remedy pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence. When they are not properly tested, they cause pain, infection, erosion, organ damage and necessitate corrective surgeries.

Thousands of vaginal mesh injuries have been reported to the Food and Drug Administration. In response, the FDA has issued a vaginal mesh warning to patients and physicians. In 2011, it explicitly cautioned about the risks of using vaginal mesh.

If you or a loved one has suffered a medical device injury, we are ready to put more than three decades of product liability experience to work to obtain the compensation you deserve.

St. Louis Transvaginal Mesh Defect Attorneys

Our lawyers have spent more than 30 years pursuing manufacturers that design and manufacture defective products; we then advocate for the injured. We have extensive experience obtaining compensation for clients who have been injured as a result of defective medical products, including:

  • Transvaginal meshes
  • Heart valves
  • Hip and knee implants
  • Stents
  • Pacemakers
  • Prosthetics

Because of the complexity involved in these cases, it is of utmost importance to reach out so we can begin building a case. We look forward to hearing from you.

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Missouri defective medical devices attorneys, call 636-530-9199 or email The Roberts Law Firm, P.C.

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