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Modern medical devices can make life changing differences for the better, but they can sometimes fail or and have serious implications for an individual. Pryers have a track record of investigating, pursuing and winning claims against manufacturers of a variety of medical devices and products.

However, so as not to encourage others from bringing similar claims, and to protect their commercial interests, most defendants to these cases insist on settlements being kept confidential. This means that we cannot discuss the detail of any successful cases.

However, since 2010, Pryers have successfully settled over 250 claims concerning faulty medical products including hip replacements and resurfacings, antibiotics, ankle replacements and cardiac devices.

Find out more about this complex area of the law

Negligently Fitted Hip Replacement Components

Agatha, aged 48 from Telford, was listed for a hip resurfacing operation in January 2008, which was needed due to arthritis. Unfortunately, during the […]

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Surgical Negligence Leads To The Need For Further Hip Surgery And Ongoing Problems For Claimant

Paula underwent a hip replacement in July 2013. This involved the insertion of a ceramic cup to the hip socket. Following surgery, x-rays showed […]

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