Drug & Medical Device Injury Attorneys in St. Louis

Standing Up for Injured Patients Across the Nation

Manufacturers of medical devices and drugs have two primary duties to their customers and prescribers: ensure that their products are safe to use as designed, and ensure that customers are fully informed of the risks associated with their products. When pharmaceutical and medical manufacturers fail to do this, they can incur extensive medical costs and cause lifelong damage to patients.

If you or a loved one was harmed due to a drug or medical device’s effects, speak with the St. Louis medical device injury attorneys at The Simon Law Firm, P.C. We have decades of experience handling complex product liability and medical malpractice cases for patients nationwide. Our St. Louis-based legal team can represent you aggressively and effectively, fighting for the resources you need to recover from your injuries.

We offer free consultations to discuss your legal options. Call (855) 809-7080 or schedule online to consult a medical device recalls lawyer.

Why Choose The Simon Law Firm, P.C.

  • Our mission is to provide the highest-quality legal services with integrity, professionalism and respect for our clients.

  • We handle our cases on a contingency fee basis, so you don't pay unless we recover for your case.

  • Since the firm was founded in 2000, we have recovered more than $1 billion in verdicts and settlements.

  • We have been named one of the "winningest firms" in the U.S. by The National Law Journal.

When the Risks Outweigh the Benefit

Before a drug or device is released to the market, it must be cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). However, in some cases, devices can be released without testing as long as it is “sufficiently similar” to another product. The FDA must be satisfied that the benefit of the drug or device’s intended user outweighs its risk.

However, due to the enormous profits that many drugs promise to pharmaceutical companies, testing may not be as thorough or stringent as possible. Many of the drugs that have been involved in litigation recently were not extensively tested. For example, Zofran was once marketed to pregnant women—despite never testing its effects on unborn children.

Choose Seasoned Litigators with a History of Results

When it comes to measuring risk vs. benefit in court, your attorney will need to be experienced in handling complex, multi-layered litigation. At The Simon Law Firm, P.C. we use a vast network of medical experts in order to build the strongest case possible.

Speak with a St. Louis medical device injury lawyer today by requesting a free case consultation.

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Please note that until we have entered into a written representation agreement with you, no attorney-client relationship is established. We will nonetheless keep all information you send us confidential.

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