If you have a defective medical device, you should consult an attorney before you have the apparatus replaced. Doctors and other health care professionals are focused on the medical aspects of your treatment and may not recognize the importance of preserving evidence. The faulty equipment may serve as powerful evidence. Your attorney can arrange in advance to have the device and perhaps pathology specimens preserved following surgery. Having the device and tissue available will allow your attorney to hire experts who will do testing and analysis that will strengthen your case.
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Mobile, AL 36602
Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C.
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Mobile, AL 36633
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