In order to bring claims resulting from drug and medical device defects to a successful resolution, the attorneys specializing in this field of law from Roerig, Oliveira & Fisher, LLP use our experience as effective litigators and our ability to navigate through even the most complex of cases to our client’s advantage. For 30 years, our attorneys have consulted and defended insurers whose policyholders have had claims of defective or faulty medical devices and unsafe drugs brought against them. If a claim has been filed regarding either of these issues, know that a defense team that will serve your best interests is available at our firm.
Drug and medical device defense is a specific type of law, and as such, we provide our clients with the most comprehensive legal counsel available. It isn’t uncommon that pharmaceutical and medical device companies have complaints filed against them. Insurers will be left to pay for damages for claims that may or may not have had any liability for their policyholder. For example, if a medical device company is accused of faulty equipment or a pharmaceutical company is accused of distributing medication with serious side effects, then we will ensure that we will use every effective resource to show a jury that your policyholder had no liability following an investigation of the claim.
Drug-related claims that we handle will include any prescriptions and over-the-counter medications that have severe side effects which have resulted in medical complications. Medical devices cover an even larger area including:
- Joint Replacements
Any insurer whose client has had a questionable claim filed against them should immediately contact our firm for the best legal advice and the fastest, yet satisfying, legal resolution.
If you are an insurer whose client is facing a suit due to an alleged incident involving drugs or faulty medical equipment or supplies, contact a defense attorney at Roerig, Oliveira & Fisher, LLP at 956.393.6300 for our McAllen office or 956.542.5666 for our Brownsville office.