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Medical devices are intended to resolve health problems and improve your health. Far too often, these devices have the opposite effect. They can create problems worse than the ones they were designed to fix.
The attorneys of Salter Ferguson, LLC, based in Birmingham, represent people who have been injured by defective medical devices. We also represent the survivors of those who died because of a defective medical device.
If you or a family member was injured by a defective medical device, please contact our personal injury law firm at your earliest convenience. We will listen to your concerns, answer your questions and advise you of your legal options.
We are experienced in representing clients in cases involving dangerous medical devices such as:
- Hernia Mesh: Complications from hernia mesh may include pain, infection, bowel obstruction and organ perforation.
- IVC (inferior vena cava) filters: These filters can rupture, migrate and perforate the vein into which they are implanted. Risks include severe bleeding, organ puncture and heart or lung embolism.
Please call us even if the device that injured you is not included on the list above. Problems caused by defective medical devices are discovered on a daily basis.
Attorney Karen Salter is a registered nurse as well as a lawyer. Carmen Ferguson, was an insurance adjuster prior to becoming an attorney. Our experience benefits clients injured by dangerous medical devices.
At Salter Ferguson, LLC, we represent clients on a contingency basis. That means you pay nothing upfront and nothing out of pocket. Our fees come as a percentage of the compensation we obtain for you. This fee arrangement provides access to quality legal representation to people of all economic backgrounds.
Contact Salter Ferguson Today To Discuss Your Possible Involvement In A Class Action Lawsuit About A Defective Medical Device
To arrange a free initial consultation, contact us online. We are also available by phone at 877-298-4878. We offer a flexible appointment schedule, including evenings, weekends and off-site appointments. From our office in Birmingham, we represent people injured by defective medical devices and other dangerous products nationwide.