The Medtronic defibrillator lead lawyers at our law firm are currently investigating Medtronic lead injury cases in all fifty states. In October 2007, Medtronic announced that it was voluntarily suspending sales of its Sprint Fidelis defibrillator leads, the thin wires that link a defibrillator to the heart. Medtronic stated that some of its Sprint Fidelis defibrillator leads are defective and may cause serious injury or death. So far, the leads, which have been implanted in approximately 268,000 patients worldwide, may have contributed to five deaths and hundreds of serious injuries. Medtronic and the FDA have advised patients with these defibrillator leads to contact their physicians immediately.

If you have been injured by defective Medtronic defibrillator leads, the experienced lawyers at our law firm can help you seek compensation for your injuries by filing a lawsuit on your behalf. With a Medtronic lead lawsuit, the lawyers at our law firm may be able to help you collect compensation for:

  • medical bills
  • pain and suffering
  • auto repairs
  • lost income
  • and more

Our Medtronic Lead Injury Lawyers

If you or a loved one were injured by defective Medtronic defibrillator leads, the Medtronic lead injury lawyers at our law firm would be happy to answer your legal questions and address your concerns. The lawyers at our law firm can also inform you of your legal rights and options, as well as your chances at succeeding in a Medtronic defibrillator lead lawsuit.

The lawyers at our law firm operate on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay no fees or charges up front. In fact, you pay nothing unless our lawyers achieve a favorable outcome in your case.

To learn more about your potential Medtronic lead claim, you should contact our lawyers immediately, as state law limits the time within which lawyers can file your personal injury or wrongful death claim. In New York, the time limit, known as the statute of limitations, is typically between two to three years, depending on the circumstances. Contact our law firm today for a free and confidential case evaluation from one of our experienced Medtronic lead injury lawyers.

Published November 17, 2011 by