A Connecticut woman has retained the lawyers at Sabatini and Associates to pursue a Mirena IUD injury claim on her behalf.
Mirena IUD lawsuits are being filed by women around the country who allege the intrauterine device caused serious side effects, injuries, including uterine perforations. According to the Mirena lawsuits, the IUD can migrate within a woman’s body, even outside of her uterus, and potentially cause a number of serious side effects and injuries.
Our attorneys represent women in medical device injury cases including Mirena IUD claims. For a free consultation, call our attorneys today at 860-667-0839.
An internal analysis performed by Johnson & Johnson in 2011 not long after it recalled a hip implant device estimated that the all-metal device would fail within five years in nearly 40 percent of patients who received it. Johnson & Johnson never released those projections for the device, the Articular Surface Replacement, or ASR, which the company recalled in mid-2010. But at the same time that the medical products giant was performing that analysis, it was publicly playing down similar findings from a British implant registry about the device’s early failure rate. The company’s analysis also suggests that the hip implant will likely fail prematurely over the next few years in thousands of more patients.
If you or loved one has suffered serious injury or complications with a hip implant, call our attorneys today at 860-667-0839.
The company’s analysis also suggests that the implant is likely to fail prematurely over the next few years in thousands more patients.
Sabatini and Associates has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a client and her husband for serious injuries she suffered as a result of defective pelvic mesh. The lawsuit has been filed against multiple defendants including American Medical Systems, Inc. The client had been implanted with the Monarc Subfascial Hammock surgical mesh medical device product. After receiving the device, the client experienced a host of complications resulting in multiple surgeries. The Connecticut lawyers at Sabatini and Associates, LLC are accepting new clients with serious injury claims involving pelvic mesh products. If you or loved one have been injured as a result of surgical mesh, call personal injury attorney James Sabatini at 860-667-0839 for more information.
A deadly fungal meningitis outbreak has swept across the nation. CDC and FDA have investigated the outbreak and determined that the fungal meningitis is linked to contaminated epidural steroid injections produced by the New England Compounding Center located in Framingham, Massachusetts. The company has since shut down all operations and has recalled all products compounded and distributed from its Framingham facility. Over 270 people across 16 states have been diagnosed with fungal meningitis linked to contaminated injections. 23 deaths have been reported. The full extent of the outbreak remains unknown as additional cases are being reported. Connecticut is one of the states that received contaminated injections.
Symptoms of fungal meningitis include fever, headache, light sensitivity, neck stiffness, slurred speech, increased pain, redness or swelling at the injection site and new weakness or numbness in any part of the body. The onset of symptoms have occurred from one to four weeks after receiving the injections. However, longer and shorter periods have been reported.
Should you need more information about the outbreak, contact our attorneys at 860-667-0839.
Sabatini and Associates has been retained by a client severely injured in a single vehicle collision that happened in Connecticut. The collision was caused as a result of a defective vehicle that the owner provided our client to drive. As a result of the defect, our client lost control of the vehicle, went off the road and crashed. An owner of a motor vehicle must ensure that the vehicle is reasonably safe to operate. Any mechanical problems with a vehicle that can impair the safe operation of the vehicle that the owner is aware of or should be aware of needs to repaired. The failure to make the repairs constitutes negligence.