Forced air warming blankets have led to infections

While the vast majority of hospitals use forced warm air temperature management systems during surgery, some devices have been known to cause infections. Multiple parties have filed lawsuits over such complications during surgery. If you or a loved one suffered harm caused by a forced air warming blanket system, retain the dedicated representation from our personal injury attorney to begin your own claim for compensation.

Manufacturers of medical devices are obligated to create and promote safe products for consumers. Certain manufacturers including 3M and Arizant however have been sued on accusations of failing to properly test them.

Forced air warming blankets have led to infections which have resulted in:

  • Hospitalization
  • Permanent disability
  • Implant revision surgery
  • Amputation
  • Death

At McGartland Law Firm, PLLC we take your injuries seriously and work hard to recover the financial damages you are entitled to. Our firm has 30 years of legal experience and our successes in this time has led to our inclusion in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®. Your injuries matter and you deserve to have your medical bills and losses compensated. Turn to our firm when you or a loved one are wrongfully injured.

Lawsuits which have already been filed against 3M and Arizant claim the companies knew of the risk of infection but failed to warn healthcare providers of the risk. They also allege 3M and Arizant tried to hide and discredit scientific data which could have linked the risks of infection to the device.

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McGartland Law Firm has been fighting to hold medical device manufacturers accountable for harming consumers for years and our track record is a testament to our commitment to recovering compensation for victims of their negligence.

Make sure you have a resilient medical devices attorney in your corner to have your best chance of recovering needed compensation!

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