California Defective Product Lawyers

From household devices to medical implants, the products you use on a daily basis are supposed to make your life easier. Unfortunately, some manufacturers are negligent when designing products—and that can sometimes lead to you or your family members suffering serious injuries. When that happens, you may have huge medical bills that you simply can’t afford.

At Berg Injury Lawyers, our California defective product lawyers believe you shouldn’t have to pay for a company’s negligence and carelessness. That’s why we’ll fight to help you get the compensation you deserve. We’ve been helping victims like you since 1981, and thanks to our No Fee Guarantee®, we’ve done it with no upfront costs and no fees unless our clients recover compensation. Give us a call at (800) 400-BERG or fill out a free online form, and see how we can help you today.

Defective Product Lawsuits & Litigation

There are countless products on the market that have the potential to cause injuries, but some of the most common include:

  • Defective Vehicles
    Vehicles must pass rigorous inspection testing before consumers are allowed to purchase them, so when flaws are discovered, it may be too late for many families and their loved ones.
  • Dangerous Cribs
    Cribs should be safe places where children can rest and sleep, but some cribs pose serious risks of injury and death to infants.
  • Toxic Toys
    Some toys are manufactured with toxic chemicals and metals, including lead, which can cause neurological damage in young children.
  • Asbestos
    Asbestos is widely used in manufacturing and in many home and commercial products. Exposure to asbestos can cause diseases such as asbestosis, malignant mesothelioma, and several kinds of cancer.
  • Benzene Acute Myeloid Leukemia Risk
    Exposure to benzene—one of the top 20 chemicals used in the United States—has been linked to acute myeloid leukemia, a fast-spreading cancer of the blood and bone marrow.
  • E-Cigarette Injury
    The lithium ion batteries used to power electronic cigarettes, or “e-cigarettes,” can explode or catch fire at any time, causing serious and permanent injuries.
  • Endoscope Infections
    Endoscope devices called duodenoscopes are used to help remove blockages from the channels that drain a patient’s liver. But the devices feature a design that may be difficult or impossible to disinfect between uses, which may expose patients to antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections.
  • Forced-Air Warming Blanket
    Used to regulate the body temperature of surgical patients in a majority of U.S. hospitals, the surgical warming blanket may increase the chances of deep joint infection by up to 380%.
  • Hernia Mesh Lawsuits
    Certain models of hernia mesh, a surgical product used for hernia repair, have been linked to serious health complications, such as allergic reactions, bowel obstruction, renal failure, and more.
  • IVC Filter
    Inferior vena cava filters are inserted into patients to prevent blood clots from reaching the heart or lungs. But when the devices fail, they can move into patients’ heart or lungs, often resulting in life-threatening injuries and death.
  • Mesothelioma
    Asbestos is used in building and manufacturing due to its strength and durability. However, it can cause a deadly lung cancer called mesothelioma, which typically occurs after inhalation of loose asbestos fibers.
  • Metal-on-Metal Hip Injuries
    Friction between moving components within metal-on-metal hip implant devices can cause severe pain and other conditions that require corrective surgery.
  • Mirena® IUD
    The Mirena IUD is implanted into a woman’s uterus for up to five years at a time. But the device can migrate within the body, causing painful internal injuries, scarring, and even infertility.
  • Morcellator Cancer
    Morcellators are powered surgical tools used to remove tissue masses in a variety of surgical procedures, including hysterectomies and myomectomies. These instruments can sometimes cause the spread of cancerous tissue and cells throughout the body, resulting in new cancers growing on other organs.
  • St. Jude Pacemaker Recall
    Pacemakers are powered by batteries and are supposed to give patients ample warning of battery failure. However, some pacemakers manufactured by St. Jude Medical Inc. have been reported to short circuit, leaving patients with little time to seek treatment or face life-threatening health complications.
  • Stöckert 3T Heater-Cooler Infections
    Used in more than 150,000 cardiac procedures in the U.S. each year, the Stöckert 3T heater-cooler is designed to help regulate surgical patients’ blood temperature. But recently, federal regulators have discovered the device’s faulty design may pose an increased risk of severe—or even fatal—complications caused by infection.
  • Stryker® Hip Implant Lawsuits
    A defective component has been reported in 14 of Styker® Corporation’s hip replacement products, and hundreds of thousands of patients may be at risk. Our legal team has experience investigating defective medical device cases, and we’re ready to help determine your rights to compensation.
  • Talc Ovarian Cancer
    Talc-based products, such as baby powder and feminine deodorants, may cause an increased risk of ovarian cancer in women who use the product in the genital area.
  • Transvaginal Mesh Failure
    Transvaginal mesh is a medical device designed to support the internal structure of the vagina in women who have suffered pelvic organ prolapse, stress urinary incontinence, and other medical conditions. The mesh has a high rate of complications, and women may suffer bleeding, bladder perforation, and incontinence.
  • Zimmer Persona® Knee Implant
    Certain components of the Zimmer Persona total knee replacement system can loosen within the knee, causing side effects that can require additional surgery to correct.

We’re Here for You

No matter what type of defective product injury you or your loved one suffered, the California defective product attorneys at Berg Injury Lawyers will fight for your rights to the money you’re owed for your medical bills and lost wages. Contact us today—we’re here to help.