Weitz & Luxenberg is no longer acepting Advanced Bionics/Cochlear Implant Cases
Excess moisture renders some Advanced Bionics cochlear implants defective. Our firm will review potential cases.
If you are a recipient of an Advanced Bionics implant and have experienced adverse reactions, please contact us via the form below. One of our lawyers is fluent in ASL.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is seeking a $2.2 million penalty against a cochlear implants manufacturer for violations of federal law. The violations may have exposed recipients of the devices to unnecessary health risks with defective devices.
The manufacturer, Advanced Bionics LLC, of Sylmar, Calif., makes a cochlear implant called the HiRes90k Implantable Cochlear Stimulator, which is surgically implanted under the skin behind the ear to treat profound hearing loss in adults and children.
The implant pose a health risk due to excessive moisture, exposing people who received the devices to the risk of the following:
If you were a recipient of Advanced Bionics HiRes90k Implantable Cochlear Stimulators, and have experienced physical or emotional injuries due to a malfunctioning implant, please complete the form below. A representative from our firm contact you as soon as possible.
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