When you are provided with a medical device from your doctor, you have a right to expect it will operate as intended. Sadly, many medical products come with complex directions and require the assistance of a medical professional for appropriate use. When a doctor fails to provide you with sufficient instructions and the device itself does not come with adequate instructions, you may have a right to file a defective product lawsuit.
A product must operate as it is intended to without causing any harm. In addition, a product must contain sufficient instructions to allow a user to operate it without assuming any damages will occur. When a product is insufficiently labeled or adequate instruction is not provided, your chances of severe personal injury are greatly increased. The BC defective product lawyers at Stephens & Holman will investigate your injuries to see if you have cause to file suit against a product manufacturer. We will do everything possible to hold the responsible party accountable for any and all damages their negligence has caused.
If you or a loved one has sustained an injury due to a defective product anywhere in British Columbia, please contact the experienced product liability attorneys at Stephens & Holman to schedule a no-cost case evaluation today.