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Wheaton, Illinois Defective Medical Products Lawyers

The biomedical device industry has produced products that can extend and improve the quality of our lives. Like any other manufactured product, however, medical devices can become dangerous because of defects introduced in the design, manufacturing, or marketing of the product.

If you have been injured by a defective medical product, you can rely on the attorneys of Walsh, Knippen & Cetina, Chartered, for experienced legal representation.

Defective Implantable and External Medical Products

We represent clients injured by defective knee and hip implants, pacemakers, implanted defibrillators, and other medical implants. We also represent people harmed by respirators, ventilators, fetal monitors, pumps, and other defective external medical products.

Bringing the Facts to Life

We consult respected medical experts, as well as experts in the manufacturing of biomedical devices. Using the latest in computer technology, we translate complex concepts into clear arguments that a jury will find compelling.

Contact Our Wheaton, Illinois Law Firm

Did you develop an infection because the manufacturer improperly sterilized an implantable device? Did you sustain a heart device injury from the defective leads of a Medtronic implantable defibrillator?

Please contact our law firm to arrange a free consultation. We will listen carefully to your concerns, explain your legal rights and options, and let you know whether or not you have a valid defective medical product claim.

If we take your case, you can count on us to thoroughly research and investigate your case and build a strategy for reaching your goal.

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