Get Answers To Your Defective Product And Medical Implant Injury Questions Here

Many victims are overwhelmed with questions after they are hurt by defective products. We have compiled many common questions about metal hip implants, dangerous drugs, and defective medical devices, and provided the answers on our FAQ page. Browse or search here to learn more about your injury claim!

What should I know about DePuy Attune® Knee implant lawsuits?

The DePuy Attune Knee System is an FDA-approved total knee replacement integrated system that's designed to provide stability and range of motion. One of the most popular total knee replacement systems on the market, the Attune Knee has been implanted in tens of thousands of patients worldwide.However, recent studies...

What if my employer doesn’t carry worker’s compensation?

Oil field accident victims living with catastrophic injuries can be devastated to discover their employer doesn't carry worker's compensation insurance.While most states require employers to have worker's compensation coverage for their employees, some states—like Texas—allow employers to opt out as “non-subscribers.” However, this doesn't mean injured oil field workers with...

What is a catastrophic injury?

Catastrophic injuries are those that have serious and long-lasting effects. A catastrophic injury may leave a victim disfigured or permanently disabled, and unable to return to work or, in more serious circumstances, even care for themselves.As a result, people who've suffered catastrophic injuries may require long-term or lifelong medical...

Are hands-free cell phones safer?

Unfortunately, no. More than 30 studies have shown that contrary to popular belief, using a hands-free cell phone device while driving isn't safer than using a hand-held cell phone.In some cases, using a hands-free device may be even more hazardous, according to a 2013 simulation study conducted by researchers at the...

How do I know if my Taxotere®-related hair loss is permanent?

This is a question that many Taxotere patients have after finishing their chemotherapy treatments. Unfortunately, because hair growth rates can vary from person to person—particularly after a serious illness such as cancer—it's a difficult question to answer with complete accuracy. Although it's hard to determine when, exactly, your hair...