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Dangerous Products Put People At Risk Of Serious, Even Fatal Injuries

Many dangerous products cause serious harm. From dangerous drugs to dangerous medical devices, defective automobile products and defective toys, poorly designed or defective products pose a serious threat of injury to people of all ages.

Illinois and the federal government have laws designed to protect consumers from these products. But taking on the large, multinational companies that make many of these products can be a daunting task. Such companies often have entire teams of lawyers working for them with one goal in mind: to keep payments to a minimum. That’s why it’s crucial to level the playing field if you have been injured or a loved one was injured or killed. You will need an experienced Chicago dangerous products lawyer on your side, fighting for your rights and protecting your interests.

At Coplan & Crane, helping people in Chicago and throughout Illinois dealing with harmful effects of a dangerous product is what we do best. Based in Oak Park, the personal injury lawyers at Coplan & Crane have years of knowledge handling such complicated cases. We’re especially proud of our strong track record for obtaining large, often multi-million-dollar settlements and verdicts for personal injury victims.

An Oak Park Dangerous Product Lawyer Who Can Help Make Things Right

The physical and financial impact of a dangerous product can be substantial.  If you receive a defective hip implant or transvaginal mesh, you could suddenly be faced with large medical bills from additional medical procedures aimed at fixing the mistake.  The loss of a loved one will not only be emotionally devastating, but it may lead to financial ruin.  Our attorneys are experienced at assisting clients with wrongful death claims related to a dangerous product.

Many people also often fail to consider the true cost of a dangerous product.  Along with additional operations, you might need extensive physical therapy.  You might be unable to work for weeks or months at a time.  And don’t underestimate the physical and emotional toll such products can take on someone’s life and the lives of loved ones.

Expect more.  Contact Coplan & Crane and demand justice.  Call (708) 358-8080 or (800) 394-6002 and schedule a free case evaluation.  The sooner you call, the sooner we can help you get your life back on track.

Dangerous Drugs

Dangerous Drugs Put People’s Lives In Danger. Demand Justice In Illinois The list of dangerous drugs changes constantly. That’s why it’s vital you have an informed Chicago dangerous drug lawyer on your side if you believe you are a victim of one of these dangerous pharmaceutical products or a loved one has experienced dangerous drug side effects. In Illinois, the Oak Park law firm of Coplan & Crane can work with you and handle all the details, from cutting through…

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Dangerous Medical Devices

Cases Involving Defective Medical Devices Can Be Complicated, Confusing, Frustrating When medical devices are not designed correctly or improperly installed, patients often have to undergo additional surgeries to correct the problem.  They may suffer from infections and lose their physical mobility for weeks or months.  That’s one of the reasons for the DePuy Hip recall, issued in 2010.  It’s also why many medical devices, including metal-on-metal (“MoM”) hip implants and transvaginal mesh, have been subject to recalls or warnings issued…

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Hip Implants

Medical Devices Made Incorrectly, Installed Wrong, Pose Serious Health Risks Hip implant recipients in Illinois face very serious health risks.  Specifically, people who received the DePuy ASR XL Acetabular hip replacement system manufactured by the DePuy Orthopedics unit of Johnson & Johnson face serious health risks. That’s why the product was recalled voluntarily by the company in 2010. Reportedly, the DePuy hip replacement system did not go through a rigorous pre-market approval process with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. As…

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Transvaginal Mesh

A Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit May Be Necessary To Obtain Justice The transvaginal mesh was introduced in the 1990s to help fix pelvic organ prolapse, known as POP. When this condition occurs, women’s pelvic muscles weaken. As a result, the pelvic organs (uterus, rectum and bladder) drop into the vagina. This condition typically occurs in older women after menopause and childbirth. The transvaginal mesh was created to help hold the pelvic organs in place. But over the years, there have been…

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