Robin Lourie has successfully litigated defective product cases in Georgia for years. She previously represented manufacturers of products and she will use that experience to benefit your case. Defective products may include medications, medical devices, elevators, yard equipment, machinery or any other product. Claims against manufacturers of products include those for defective design, defective manufacturing, and inadequate warnings. Often the manufacturers have recalled these defective products at the direction of the FDA.
Robin Lourie Law, PC is actively pursuing defective products claims on the following cases, as well as many others:
Robin Lourie has extensive experience with MultiDistrict Litigation (MDL) in federal court, which is how many product liability cases are pursued. (let’s add the explanation of MDL which I have already provided). Ms. Lourie currently represents a client in the Bard IVC filter MDL whose case has been selected as 1 of 6 in the country to be tried as a bellwether case.What You Should Do if You Have Been Injured by a Product?
If you have been injured by a defective product it is imperative that you keep the product in the same condition as it was in when it caused your injury. Typically, an expert examination of the product is required to determine the cause of the product defect. If the product is a drug, keep the remaining prescription and packaging, including any inserts. It is also important to keep any purchase documents you have related to the product.
If the product is a medical device that is removed from your body, ask your physician to place the product in a sealed container to give to you after the removal. If the medical device is sent to the pathology lab for evaluation after removal, you are entitled to recover the product after it is tested. Unfortunately, hospitals destroy these medical devices in a short period of time after they are sent to the pathology lab. That is one reason it is important to contact an attorney quickly.
Often a manufacturer will send a representative to the removal procedure, and the representative will take the product. If this has happened in your case, you or your attorney should notify the manufacturer, as soon as possible, to retain the product as evidence in your potential case. If you have been injured by a medical device, and you do not know the identity of the manufacturer of the product we can obtain your implant records from the hospital to learn this information.
If you have been injured by a defective product and would like a free evaluation of your potential claim, give us a call or email us at (678) 273-3969 or Robin@lourielaw.netSpecific Case Results
- $1,700,000 settlement for a women severely burned by a decorative fuel gel pot
- $500,000 settlement for injury resulting from herbal supplement
- $350,000 settlement for recalled Stryker hip
- $175,000 settlement for wound caused by defective catheter
- $170,000 settlement for failed IVC filter