Kendall Dunson: Welcome to the Beasley Allen Report. I’m Kendall Dunson and Gibson has a night off. Every year many people use a variety of medical devices. Consumers trust that these devices will be safe and will make their lives better. But sometimes they don’t work out the way they were designed and can result in serious injury. Tonight my guest is Beasley Allen attorney, Leigh O’Dell. Leigh joins me to discuss the most common medical devices known to be defective. Thank you for joining me, Leigh.
Atty. Leigh O’Dell: Good to be here. Thank you!
Kendall Dunson: Leigh, let’s start by telling the viewers a little bit about yourself.
Atty. Leigh O’Dell: Well, I’m originally from this area. I grew up in Prattville and went to Auburn and Alabama to Law School. And then I’ve been practicing, now, it’s about 20 years. It’s hard to believe. It’s going that fast.
Kendall Dunson: Time flies when you’re having fun. Leigh, everyone knows about our topic tonight is going to be defective medical devices.