Defibrillator Lawsuit

Have your or someone you know been experiencing problems with a cardiac defibrillator? If so, then you might be entitled to some compensation for your problems. If you are interested in finding out more about your options or a possible defibrillator lawsuit then you should contact a lawyer immediately. Numerous lawsuits have already been launched against the makers of defective defibrillators that have been produced and sold without concern for the patients. In Canada there is a Toronto based company that has taken on the task of representing all people who have been wrong by the Guidant Corporation. In the United States there are a number of lawsuits underway.

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People may wonder why there are even defibrillator lawsuits being launched in the first place. Some people are unaware of the problems associated with these cardiac devices. It was not mandatory that this company recall all of the defective products so why are people now filing suits? The problem with the company and the reason for the suits is that it is felt that this company showed clear neglect for their products and the patients that they serve. It was found that even though this company knew there products were defective they continued to promote and sell the products anyway without any regard for the problems they may cause.

It has been asserted that the executives of the Guidant Company made no move to alert doctors and patients of the problems that have been discovered. There are a number of law firms that are willing to fight for the people and help them to get the compensation that they deserve for all their trouble. If you are a victim of Guidant’s wrongdoing or know someone that is, you should contact a lawyer right away. If you are wondering if you even qualify for a lawsuit, then you can simply go on the Internet and fill in an online assessment form to determine what your rights are. There are a number of law firms that are offering this online service. If you do not wish to complete the form, there are some simple questions that you can ask yourself to determine if you are entitled to compensation. If you can answer ‘yes’ to some of these questions then you would be likely to receive compensation through the courts.

The first and most important question is whether or not you were implanted with a Guidant defibrillator. If you were implanted with a cardiac device made by any other company then you do not qualify for a defibrillator lawsuit. If you wish to make a successful claim you will need to know exactly what kind of defibrillator you were implanted with.

The second question to ask yourself; were you injured by the implanted defibrillator? If you have been injured by or if your defibrillator has malfunctioned in some way you are more likely to have a valid claim. You should also be able to answer ‘yes’ that you have medical records proving that you were implanted with one of the seven Guidant defibrillators in question.

If you have answered ‘yes’ to all of these questions then you should contact a lawyer immediately. If you are not sure who to contact you can do some simple research on the internet yourself to find out what law firms are best equipped to deal you’re your case. Be sure to find a law firm that is looking out for your best interest and not just looking for fame and popularity.









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