Do You Have a Heart Stent Lawsuit? Find Out Here

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Heart disease is still one of the major causes of death worldwide, and even though aggressive sensitization campaigns regarding proper diet and lifestyle change has led to the rolling back of cardiovascular disease mortality, a lot of people are still living with chronic heart disease in one way or the other. A stent is a tiny device surgically implanted into the bodies of these individuals which seeks to rectify blood flow in the heart, thereby preventing the occurrence of a heart attack. Heart disease often precedes the narrowing of major arteries which can then lead to a serious health event.

Are you looking for a heart stent injury lawyer? Please call our stent lawsuit attorneys TODAY at (773) 906-4159 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. Heart stents have been shown to be high risk options for a subset of people who still go on to suffer not only heart attacks, but a variety of sometimes irreversible complications with their health. If you believe that your heart stent or that of a loved one hurt them rather than helped them in the treatment of their heart condition, we’re here for you: please call our stent recall lawsuit attorneys NOW at (773) 906-4159 for your FREE, no obligation legal consultation with our best recall lawsuit attorneys serving a countrywide clientele.

It is estimated that over 7 million Americans currently are living with stents or have lived with one at one time in their lives. These stents have cost insurance companies over $110 billion, and are fraught with medical risks.

Some of the risks associated with cardiac stents include:

Stents May Be Unnecessary

It is estimated close to 6 percent of individuals getting a stent go on to suffer complications. In addition, various prestigious journals have come out with literature stating that these devices are unnecessary, and in some cases, even worsen the condition they are seeking to treat.

Heart Stent Injuries May Require Heart Bypass Surgery

It is recommended by health organizations in the country that cardiac stents are not used unless the patient’s arteries are over 70 percent blocked as there are other treatment modalities that may be safer and work better. In addition, over-stenting has been shown to lead to an emergency bypass surgery due to massive arterial wall damage, as well as putting a patient on blood thinners, in some cases, indefinitely, which increases risk of dying from hemorrhage.

Cardiac Stent Injury Lawyers – Call Us Today for Free!

If you suspect that the cardiac complications you experienced after an unnecessary stenting procedure, call us NOW at (773) 906-4159. We’ll work closely with experienced surgeons to examine your angiograms and other medical records and come up with a convincing and objective reason why your procedure was not needed given how clogged your arteries were at the time of your cardiac surgery. The call is 100% FREE, and there’s absolutely no obligation. Thanks, and we look forward to hearing from you.