Defective drugs and medical devices have killed or severely injured thousands of people in the U.S. Medical drug and device manufacturers must take responsibility when their products, which are supposed to improve patients’ quality of life, end up further injuring their patients. Our Lehigh Valley malpractice lawyers are happy to meet you in Allentown, Easton or Bethlehem PA.
Large companies often choose profitability over safety. Manufacturers are responsible to produce safe medicines and medical devices, and when they fail to do so, they may be liable for a lawsuit. Currently, our Allentown medical malpractice attorneys are evaluating the possibility of future opioid lawsuits. In addition, we have an experienced Allentown Transvaginal Mesh Attorney and a Pennsylvania Zofran Lawyer ready to help you file a Pennsylvania Zofran Lawsuit today.
Defective Drug and Defective Medical Devices:
- Zofran Lawsuit
- Transvaginal Mesh Lawyer
- Risperdal Gynecomastia
- Valsartan Cancer
- Incretin (Januvia) Cancer
- Hernia Mesh Malpractice
- IVC Filter Lawsuit
- Baby Powder Talcum Cancer
- Breast Implant Cancer
Cancer Lawyer in Allentown and Lehigh Valley PA
The following drugs or products have been shown to cause cancer: Johnson & Johnson baby powder, Roundup weed killer, Incretin and Valsartan.
Our Allentown product liability law firm is committed to helping those suffering from cancer. Whether you are suffering from Johnson & Johnson baby powder ovarian cancer, Incretin pancreatic cancer, large cell lymphoma from breast implants, leukemia, multiple myeloma or lymphoma from Roundup weed killer, or the drug Valsartan has caused kidney cancer, stomach cancer, liver cancer or colorectal cancer, we’re here to help. Our Allentown cancer lawyers will fight for justice and the compensation you deserve. We’re here to get you and your family back on your feet while we support your fight with cancer. Call a Lehigh Valley cancer attorney anytime for a free consultation.
The Allentown defective medication attorneys at The Trapani Law Firm handle cases throughout the entire state of Pennsylvania though our offices in Allentown, Philadelphia, State College, Harrisburg, Scranton, and Pittsburgh and operate on a contingency basis, meaning you will not pay unless you are financially compensated.
Seek medical help immediately if you were injured by a defective medication or device. Then call an experienced Allentown malpractice lawyer.
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