Medical Malpractice And Personal Injury Trial Attorney

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Defective Devices And Prescription Medication Mass Tort Litigation

Even after numerous clinical trials and rigorous testing for Food and Drug Administration approval, harmful prescription medications and medical devices make their way to unsuspecting users, causing widespread harm. Users who rely on a device or drug for their well-being can suffer serious or fatal injuries as a result of these unsafe products.

If you or a loved one suffered harm after using a medical device or prescription medication, Gray Law, PLLC, of Louisville, Kentucky, can help you take legal action. During his three decades of practice, attorney David Gray has obtained millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements through mass torts.

Taking A Stand Together

In a mass tort lawsuit, a group of victims who sustained injuries from a defective medical device or prescription drug take legal action against the parties responsible for their injuries. Adverse reactions to a defective product or drug can vary greatly between users, but the claims are similar enough to be consolidated. A mass tort allows the affected victims to pool resources to handle the liability claim efficiently instead of attempting to resolve their cases individually. However, each person retains their individual claim and can reach a separate settlement or verdict.

These highly complex claims involve multiple parties and detailed research. Working with an experienced lawyer increases your chance of a favorable outcome. Attorney David Gray has successfully resolved mass tort claims involving:

  • Poorly designed devices
  • Mislabeled products
  • Incorrect warning labels
  • Devices with manufacturing defects
  • Long-term drug use complications

Reach Out For Help

Defective devices and medication can cause the victim to suffer tremendous pain and health complications. If you sustained a serious injury or illness due to a defective product, contact Gray Law, PLLC, today. To schedule a no-cost consultation, email the firm or call 502-205-7578.