Our gadolinium lawyers are currently talking to people who sustained injuries due to certain MRI contrast dyes.
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If you have been harmed as a result of having a gadolinium-based contract dye injected into your system, our lawyers may be able to help you secure money to help with your health concerns.
To begin, however, it is important to have your health problems reviewed fully by your physician so that you can minimize any additional damage to your body.
You should then be in touch with one of our gadolinium lawyers to see if you can bring a case against the company that caused you harm.
A gadolinium lawyer will ask you about your experience with the dye, including the history of your kidney disease, when you were diagnosed, when you had an MRI or MRA, and when you received a gadolinium injection.
Our gadolinium lawyers are helping clients seek possible compensation for injuries against companies that distribute gadolinium dyes, including the following brand names:
If you believe you have developed Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis (NSF) or Nephrogenic Fibrosing Dermopathy following an MRI/MRA, you deserve the guidance of a lawyer who has successfully won verdicts and settlements for clients harmed by defective drugs and medical devices, such as our gadolinium lawyers.
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