In recent years, a number of well-known medical devices, non-prescription and prescription drugs have been taken off the market because of their serious adverse effects. Many other products remain on the market despite inadequate warnings and a high propensity to cause injury. Despite the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) ongoing requirement that drug manufacturers update their warnings as new information becomes available due to reported adverse side effects, many corporations choose not to undertake this federally mandated process.

At Wilentz, we hold manufacturers liable for the injuries caused by their defective drugs and medical devices. We have earned a nationwide reputation as a law firm committed to representing people injured through the negligent and intentional acts of others. Our team has experience and knowledge, and actively litigates cases on behalf of individuals injured by defective medical devices, prescription and non-prescription drugs. These cases develop when individuals utilize medical devices, prescription and non-prescription drugs and are injured as a result of that use. Our attorneys and staff that handle drug and medical device cases include registered pharmacists, professors of pharmacy law and nurses.

If you or someone you know has suffered serious side effects or injuries caused by a defective medical device, prescription or non-prescription drug, contact us to speak with a drug & medical device attorney today.

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Angelo J. Cifaldi

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Joshua S. Kincannon

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Lynne M. Kizis

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Ruth D. Marcus

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