Pain Pump Litigation


Shoulder pain pump devices provide post-surgery relief from pain and were designed to decrease patients’ reliance on narcotic medication. Shoulder pain pumps deliver anesthetics directly into the shoulder joint after surgery, relieving patients of the need to follow oral medication schedules and providing uninterrupted pain relief.

A Dangerous Connect Between Shoulder Joint Pain Pumps And Injuries

Unfortunately, recent scientific studies indicate a direct connection between shoulder joint pain pump use and postarthroscopic glenohumeral chondrolysis (PAGCL), which is a medical condition in which shoulder joint cartilage breaks down following surgery. Symptoms include pain, stiffness, clicking, popping, decreased range of motion and loss of joint strength. There are no proven treatments for PAGCL, and symptoms can be permanent.

Are you experiencing pain, loss of strength or range of movement following shoulder surgery and the use of a pain pump? Pryor Priest & Harber can help.

If you, a friend or a family member is experiencing symptoms of PAGCL, it is important that you ask for guidance from an experienced lawyer at the Knoxville law firm of Pryor Priest & Harber.

Aggressive Representation For Victims Of Defective Medical Devices

We will investigate your potential defective product case and help you secure compensation for your losses, pain and suffering when action is warranted. We are currently handling a number of pain pump injury and PAGCL cases in several states, and we can provide you with experienced medical malpractice legal help.

Holding Manufacturers Liable For Defects

When pharmaceutical and medical device companies fail to detect dangerous aspects of their products, they can be liable for injuries. The only known treatment for PAGCL is additional medical care and surgery, and treatment is unreliable. If you are suffering from PAGCL, you could have a right to financial compensation for your injuries. In fact, some of our PAGCL clients’ doctors have taken the unusual step of advising PAGCL sufferers to consult an attorney.

At Pryor Priest & Harber, we have handled numerous medical malpractice claims, including many cases which were resolved for over $1 million.* We have the resources to conduct hard-fought, years-long litigation when necessary. If you have questions regarding a potential pain pump litigation case, contact our office for a no-charge discussion.

Contact Us Today For Immediate Assistance

If you have questions regarding shoulder pain pumps, contact our Tennessee firm to schedule a free initial consultation concerning your pain pump case. Connect with us online or call us at [nap_phone id=”LOCAL-CT-NUMBER-3″].

*Past results cannot guarantee or predict similar future outcomes.