Were You Injured by a Guidant Defibrillator?
BREAKING NEWS: 10.15.07--Medtronic, Inc., the world's largest maker of electronic heart devices, announced they are suspending sales of Sprint Fidelis leads. According to the FDA, these wires, used to connect defibrillators to the heart, may break or erode and may increase chance of injury. Learn more about the Medtronic Sprint Fidelis Recall.
Guidant has recalled over 100,000 of their defibrillator devices.
A defective Guidant defibrillator may short circuit and fail to protect people from heart failure. This flaw is responsible for the death of at least seven people. Countless others have been injured.
Certain Guidant defibrillators simply won't work. it is impossible to know when one of these ticking time bombs will malfunction.
Guidant knew about the defect. Not every device had this flaw. Guidant officials preferred to play the odds with people's lives than warn people about the risk. This changed when a 21 year old boy died of heart failure because his defibrillator short circuited.
We are representing people who were injured by defective Guidant pacemakers. As members a personal injury firm, Weitz & Luxenberg attorneys are preparing to take Guidant to task for jeopardizing people's lives with this faulty medical device.
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