NOVEMBER 2015 – A Pennsylvania woman was in the hospital for 10 days following her hip replacement surgery. As soon as she left the hospital, she was hospitalized again the very next day. The doctors found that she suffered a deep bone infection after the hip replacement surgery where a Bair Hugger Forced Air Warmer had been used to regulate her body temperature.
Reports show that serious infections developed in hip replacement patients when the surgical facility used a product known as the Bair Hugger. The Bair Hugger is a forced air warming blanket used to maintain normal body temperature during surgical procedures. If you or a loved one has developed a serious infection after hip replacement surgery, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills and pain and suffering incurred as a result of the use of the Bair Hugger forced air warmer. With an army of over 20 lawyers and a staff of 50 support personnel, our experienced defective medical device lawyers are available to provide a free consultation to review your case. See our website at http://www.hipreplacementinfection.com or call us at +1.866.516.1993 to discuss your legal options today.
About the Author
Majed Nachawati is a dedicated Bair Hugger Lawyer focused on representing victims and families harmed by this dangerous medical device nationwide. Mr. Nachawati has successfully resolved numerous dangerous medical device cases, resulting in seven and eight figure confidential settlements. He is on the Grievance Committee for the State Bar of Texas. He is licensed to practice in the Northern, Southern, and Eastern Districts of Texas. Mr. Nachawati is a member of the Board of Directors of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the Board of Directors for Public Justice, a Leaders’ Forum and PAC member of the American Association for Justice. Mr. Nachawati has been recognized as a Super Lawyer in Texas Monthly Magazine for the past six consecutive years for legal excellence, in connection with noteworthy settlements for surgical injury cases. Mr. Nachawati can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +1.866.516.1993