Metronic Heart Defibrillator – You Have A Claim If…

The following cardioverter-defibrillator models are involved:
Marquis VR 7230
Marquis DR 7274
Maximo VR 7232
Maximo DR 7278
The following Cardiac resynchronization therapy defibrillators are involved:
InSync I Marquis
InSync II Marquis
InSync III Marquis
InSync III Protect 7277
InSync III Protect 7289
You have a claim if:
1. You have one of the models listed above that failed, the failure resulted in uncontrolled ventricular tachycardia requiring documented medical care and you survived the incident. Your claim may include the cost of taking out the defective defibrillator, the cost of replacement, and the cost of implanting a replacement. If this is the case you should contact a Metronic heart defibrillator injury law firm as soon as possible.

2. A family member died as result of the failure of one of the devices listed above. The surviving family members have a wrongful death claim. To find out if you have a viable claim you should contact a Metronic heart defibrillator accident lawyer right away.

3. A person with one of the models listed above that has not failed, has a claim for the cost of taking out the defective defibrillator, the cost of replacement, and the cost of implanting the replacement(s). If you or a loved one falls within this category you should consult a Metronic heart defibrillator injury attorney to move forward with your claim.
Have you or someone you know suffered from a Metronic Heart Defibrillator Failure? You may have a legal claim based on the Metronic Heart Defibrillator Failure endured. Contact us today!

For more information, please visit our links page. Remember, the initial call is free, and you speak directly with a metronic lawyer or metronic attorney.
Michael Gunzburg is a New York Metronic Failure Attorney serving the New York Metropolitan area, including New York City, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland and Orange County.

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