Defibrillator Lawsuit


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September 30, 2013:
Battery failure is one of the biggest causes of lawsuits, so if there is a recall you should change your batteries immediately.


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Claims on Medtronic and Sprint Fidelis Electrical Leads will be added to this site soon. Defective defibrillators can fail at the worst possible time, so if you own a defibrillator, AED, or other device, you should be sure that it has not been recalled, that the batteries and capacitors are fully functional, and that it can be used in any emergency. You may be considered liable if you have a defective defibrillator that was part of a recall, or have not notified patients that they have defective implantable defibrillators.

Defibrillator Lawsuit Info

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News Flash: Court Dismisses Medtronic Defibrillator Lawsuit! In what promises to be an interesting case for further legal study, a US district court has dismissed a lawsuit against Medtronic on the grounds that the FDA had approved the Sprint Fidelis Defibrillator wires that allegedly were connected with patient deaths. Even though this case and others were dismissed with prejudice, the doctrine of pre-emption is likely to be a legal controversy for some time if the FDA approves devices that later are alleged to be unsafe or defective.

This site is dedicated to information on lawsuits regarding implantable defibrillators and Automated External Defibrillators. If you are party to an AED lawsuit or a suit involving faulty wires on implantable defibrillators, or any other case involving recalls, faulty workmanship, or malpractice, then this site is dedicated to helping you get timely information.

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