Defective Drugs & Medical Devices

Personal Injury

With so many wonderful advances in modern medicine, people who have been injured by defective drugs and medical devices are often left to wonder: "How was a mistake like this ever allowed to happen?" Drug manufacturers and medical device companies push defective drugs and devices onto the market, putting the lives of patients at risk.

Where do you turn when a defective drug or medical device has affected your life or a family member's life? In Little Rock, Arkansas, injured people turn to the experienced lawyers of Dodds, Kidd, Ryan & Rowan. We have more than 90 years of combined experience handling personal injury and medical malpractice claims.

Types Of Defective Drugs

Our attorneys handle claims involving severe side effects and death associated with defective pharmaceuticals that include:

  • Diabetes drugs, including Actos and Avandia
  • Antidepressants, including Zoloft, Prozac, Paxil, Lexapro and Effexor
  • Birth control pills, including Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella
  • Heart disease and stroke drugs, including Pradaxa, Crestor and Zocor
  • Dialysis treatment drugs, including GranuFlo and NaturaLyte
  • Epilepsy drugs, including Topamax

Types Of Defective Medical Devices

Medical devices are supposed to improve your life. We handle claims involving defective medical devices such as:

  • Hip and knee implants, including those from DePuy, Stryker and Zimmer
  • Bone grafts, including the Infuse Bone Graft from Medtronic
  • Transvaginal mesh
  • Birth control devices, including NuvaRing and Mirena

Demanding Answers And Compensation For Defective Drugs and Medical Devices

Dodds, Kidd, Ryan & Rowan takes on large manufacturers and companies, moving through each case with determination and dedication. We have obtained millions of dollars in compensation for our injured clients, and we are ready to help you obtain the compensation to which we believe you are entitled.

Contact Dodds, Kidd, Ryan & Rowan ∙ Free Initial Consultations

To talk about side effects, injuries or death associated with a defective drug or medical device, call us toll free at 877-885-8839. You can also email us to arrange your free consultation.