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Defective Medical Devices

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Defective Medical Devices

Recovering Compensation

If you’re harmed by a defective medical device, the most important thing you can do is speak with a competent defective medical devices lawyer who can help you assess your case and file your claim. First, you should give us a call and we can take a closer look at your case and determine whether you may have a valid claim. We can then gather evidence to build your case, and, finally, we will file your claim against the negligent product designer or manufacturer and pursue the full and fair compensation to which you are entitled. If we can’t reach a settlement that accurately reflects the damages you’ve sustained as a result of the defective medical device, we can take your case to trial and fight to ensure you’re fully compensated for your injuries.

When faced with a defective medical device injury, it’s paramount you reach out to an attorney with substantial experience handling these cases. Fortunately, you’re in the right place. The majority of our caseload involves medical malpractice and other types of pharmaceutical litigation, including litigation over defective medical device injury cases.

If you saw a physician for a medical procedure and had a medical device implanted in your body to remedy a medical condition, only to find the medical device made your condition worse, you may have a valid claim against the company that manufactured or produced the device. You should also note that in many cases, these devices aren’t even recalled–often, when people are hurt, it’s a one-off incident. That said, regardless of the medical device, if you were hurt because of a defect, our firm is here to help. Contact a medical devices lawyer from Goldstein & Greco today to learn more about what we can do for you.

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Medical Device Injuries

Our legal team is currently accepting cases regarding the following defective medical devices, among others:


  • Hernia Mesh
  • Defective Hip Replacements
  • Defective Metal-on-Metal Hip Replacements
  • Philips Respironics CPAP
  • Medtronic Synchromed II
  • IVC Filter
  • Ethicon Surgical Stapler
  • Vaginal Mesh
  • Cochlear Ear Implants
  • Allergan Breast Implants
  • Implantable Contraceptives
  • Intrauterine Devices
  • Alaris 8100 Infustion Pump


If you do not see your medical device in the aforementioned list, don’t worry. We can still help. Give us a call today and tell us your story so we can assess your case and get working on recovering the compensation you deserve

Recalled Hernia Mesh Products

Currently, there are several recalls on defective hernia mesh. Just some of the most common hernia mesh recalls we’ve seen are as follows:

  • Proceed (Ethicon)
  • Physiomesh (Ethicon)
  • C-QUR (Atrium Medical)
  • Compsix Kugel Mesh (Bard Davol)

If you were injured by one of these recalled hernia mesh devices, you should strongly consider speaking with Goldstein & Greco today. You may qualify for compensation, and our legal team is here to help you receive it.

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Your Initial Consultation

An accident of any kind is devastating, but fortunately, most accidents leave a trail of evidence behind that a skilled personal injury lawyer can use to prove a future personal injury claim. If possible, you should do what you can to document your accident and then bring all relevant information to your initial consultation with our firm. This can include:

  • Pictures or videos of your accident
  • Witness statements/contact information
  • Your insurance information
  • The other party’s insurance information
  • Any record of correspondence you may have had with the other party’s insurance company
  • Any history you have had with filing personal injury claims in the past
  • Medical documentation and bills associated with your injuries

File Today

The moment you’re injured in an accident, the clock starts ticking on your personal injury claim. New York State has a statute of limitations in place, which means that if you wait too long to bring a claim, you’ll likely permanently lose your right to do so. This is why it’s paramount that you retain the services of a competent personal injury lawyer as soon after the date of your accident as you can.