When Pharmaceutical And Medical Devices Cause Injury

Did your doctor prescribe a medication or mix of medications that caused serious harm to your health? Were you injured by a defective drug or medical device? If so, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses. Seek experienced legal help today to learn about your options.

At the Knoxville law firm of Pryor, Priest, and Harber, our attorneys have helped people recover financial compensation for injuries related to defective, dangerous and incorrectly administered pharmaceutical and medical devices since 1981. If you have questions about injuries sustained by defective or dangerous medications or medical devices, we will answer your questions, explain your options and provide you with comprehensive legal help.

Are You The Victim Of An Unsafe Medical Product?

When the FDA and the manufacturers of pharmaceuticals and medical devices approve effective medications or useful medical devices, millions of people can be freed of pain, inconvenience and even life-threatening medical conditions. However, unsafe medical products are put into the marketplace, causing thousands of people to suffer debilitating injuries and even premature death.

The causes of injuries from defective drugs and medical devices can range from bad batches of normally safe medications, to unsafe mixing of prescribed drugs/drug interaction to poorly designed devices, as well as pharmacy error.

Recovering Compensation For Injured Patients

At Pryor, Priest, and Harber, our team of lawyers has recovered millions of dollars for victims of injuries caused by defective medical devices and pharmaceuticals.* We are currently handling cases involving injuries caused by pain pumps, Vioxx, Ortho-Evra, Fen-Phen and other medical devices and drugs.

We work initially with our in-house nurse to determine the extent of your injuries and possible causes. Once we accept your case, we work closely with medical care providers to uncover physician negligence and manufacturer carelessness and error.

Do not accept injuries and severe side effects of prescription drugs and medical devices without getting answers to your legal and medical malpractice questions. Contact Pryor, Priest, and Harber for a no-charge discussion of your case.

Contact Us Today ~ Free Consultation

If you have questions regarding defective drugs and medical devices, contact our firm online or locally at 865-223-6303. Our Tennessee attorneys are available for evening and weekend consultations, and we accept credit cards.

Keep in mind that your initial consultation is completely free, and we handle personal injury and medical malpractice claims on a contingency basis. This means you pay no attorney fees unless we win your case.

*Past results cannot guarantee or predict similar future outcomes.