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Is there a connection between the harm you or a loved one has suffered and a particular pharmaceutical drug or medical device? Have there been other lawsuits? How strong is your claim?
At the Manchin Injury Law Group, you’ll find answers to your questions about dangerous pharmaceutical drugs and medical devices, experienced West Virginia injury lawyers and a great deal more. Today, you can put the more than 30 years of experience our firm has to offer to work for you by calling our offices at (304) 367-1862.
Most lawsuits involving defective medical devices and pharmaceutical drugs are filed in the states where manufacturers are incorporated or maintain their principal places of business.
If your case involves a pharmaceutical drug (for example Avandia, Tysabri, Vytorin, Serzone, Ephedra or Vioxx) or a defective medical device (examples include Medtronic Defibrillator Leads, Composix Kugel Mesh Patches and Guidant Defibrillators) — our medical malpractice lawyers can let you know whether or not there’s current class-action litigation involving a product and injuries similar to your own, and contact the law firms or lawyers handling those cases.
Currently our firm is reviewing cases concerning the following drugs and defective products:
If you do decide to join in on a class action — we can act as a liaison between you and any out-of-state counsel so that you’ll be able to have a place nearby to turn to when you have questions or concerns, and real people to talk to about what’s happening during the process.
Best of all, this will not cost you anything out of your own pocket now, nor anything extra out of your share of any future settlement or jury award. If we receive any compensation for the help we provide, it will come out of the share that goes to the attorneys in charge of the case.
If you would like one of our lawyers to review a pharmaceutical drug or defective medical device claim, at no cost, contact us online, or call (304) 367-1862.