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Get the facts about Atrium C-Qur™ lawsuits and discuss your potential case with a member of the Hollis Law Firm today.
Atrium Medical is medical device manufacturing company. One of its products is the C-Qur™ mesh. This mesh was used in patients across the United States to aid in hernia repair. In 2006, C-Qur was approved for the public market after a $510,000 approval program. The expensive approval program paved the way for C-Qur to be used without extensive amounts of market research and studies. As a result of Atrium C-Qur hitting the market, medical institutions used Atrium C-Qur for hernia repair, chest wall reconstruction, and to repair traumatic surgical wounds. Six years after Atrium C-Qur was released for market use, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) began to link severe infections with use of the Atrium C-Qur.
The FDA issued a warning to Atrium Medical that addressed the fact the company failed to recognize their product was causing infections in patients. As a result, many affected patients are filling C-Qur lawsuits. If you or a loved one have suffered symptoms or injuries similar to these C-Qur lawsuits, you may be entitled to compensation.
If you and/or a loved one have suffered an injury, you many consider seeking a lawyer to help you learn more about C-Qur lawsuits. The Hollis Law Firm has experience with representing those who have fallen victim to bad pharmaceutical drugs and faulty medical devices. To know if you or your loved one has a claim, it is important to speak to a member at the Hollis Law Firm. The attorneys can help you determine if you are eligible to file a C-Qur lawsuit. To determine if you are eligible for compensation, fill out the form located on the left of this page. If you much rather speak to a member of the Hollis Law Firm about your unique situation, call (800) 701-3672. Contact a member of the Hollis Law Firm for a free, no risk, and confidential Atrium C-Qur lawsuit evaluation.
The Hollis Law Firm is now reviewing all hernia mesh lawsuits. Call us today even if you aren’t sure what type of hernia mesh you have been implanted with.