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Michigan Medtronic Bone Graft Lawsuits

Having 44 percent of the $1.9 billion bone graft market, Medtronic is the industry leader.  However, even being the industry leader, Medtronic has been under some scrutiny with their product, the INFUSE bone graft.  The bone graft has been linked to serious complications, even death to patients who had the device implanted through an off-label procedure.

Patients suffering from Infuse Bone Graft complications after undergoing a cervical spine surgery, or any off-label use, with the medical device do have legal rights and may be able to pursue a lawsuit against the manufacturer, Medtronic.  At the law firm of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C., our defective medical device attorneys are actively pursuing Michigan Medtronic Bone Graft lawsuits on behalf of patients suffering serious complications.

Not only did Medtronic allegedly illegally promote the bone product for its off-label uses, the manufacturer also failed to warn individuals about the off-label nature of the surgery.  Patients were not told of the potential risks of serious and permanent injuries related to the use of the bone graft and even though the FDA did approve the Medtronic bone graft for certain procedures, the approval for its use in the cervical spine was not granted.  Therefore, patients were not allowed to make an informed decision on whether or not to proceed with such a surgery and may have legal rights to sue.

Do You Have A Michigan Medtronic Bone Graft Lawsuit?

Do you suffer from significant complications or problems after undergoing a cervical spine surgery with the bone graft? If so, you do have legal rights and may be able to pursue a Michigan Medtronic Bone Graft lawsuit. Some of the most common injuries associated with the device include ectopic bone growth, swelling of the neck and throat tissue resulting in compression of airway and nerves, respiratory depression, nerve damage, need for respiratory support, insertion of feeding tubes, additional surgery, and even death. Often times, these lawsuits result in significant settlements for the patient.  These claims seek damages for:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Medical costs incurred to date
  • Medical expenses for any future treatment or surgery
  • Lost Wages
  • Spousal damages
  • Punitive damages

Patients injured should look into the possibility of filing a claim and contacting an attorney immediately to discuss their case and learn their rights.  There are strict statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit so it is important that you speak to an experienced Medtronic Infuse bone graft attorney as soon as possible so that your case is not barred forever due to Michigan’s strict time limitations.

Contact Your Michigan Medtronic Bone Graft Lawyer

For more information on your rights after suffering from significant complications after the use of a Medtronic Infuse bone graft, call our top rated law firm today at (800) 606-1717.  Our award winning Michigan Medtronic Bone Graft lawyers are actively pursuing defective medical device awsuits against Medtronic and have significant experience in these types of claim.  We offer a No Win, No Fee Promise which means that you pay no legal fees or costs whatsoever until we obtain a settlement or recovery for you.  To get started on your case today, call now or fill out the “Get Help Now” contact form to the top right of this page and “Click To Send.” An expert attorney will get back to you shortly.

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