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If you were implanted with an Advanced Bionics HiRes90k Cochlear Implant, and have experienced physical or emotional injuries due to a malfunctioning implant, you have a right to seek counsel with a lawyer specializing in defective medical devices.
A lawyer with our firm, Teresa Curtin, who is Deaf and fluent in ASL, has taken on many issues related to the Deaf community.
These include acting as co-counsel in a class-action lawsuit involving Deaf inmates’ access to Americans with Disabilities Act accommodations.
Curtin is also working on potential cases involving some recipients of Advanced Bionics HiRes90k cochlear implants.
She and the other attorneys at Weitz & Luxenberg have responded to the HiRes90k recall by beginning procedures to hold Advanced Bionics accountable for its faulty cochlear implant devices.
Weitz & Luxenberg seeks to ensure that children and adults who have been injured by faulty HiRes90k devices are fairly compensated for their injuries and suffering.
Ms. Curtin and other firm attorneys are available by telephone, VP (video phone) or e-mail to discuss any questions related to the litigation against Advanced Bionics for its HiRes90k devices.
If you were harmed by a defective drug or medical device, please complete the form below to communicate with Ms. Curtin and receive a free review of your case. A representative from our firm contact you as soon as possible.
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