Dialysis Lawsuit News: Fresenius Medical Care, the owner of dialysis clinics and the maker of certain dialysis additives and equipment currently face numerous Granuflo Dialysis Lawsuit cases as well as Naturalyte Dialysis Lawsuit cases, stemming from their dialysis additives being linked to heart attacks and other medical problems. If you or a loved on experienced a heart attack while receiving dialysis treatments, please contact us immediately to arrange a free consultation with a Dialysis Lawyer about your potential Dialysis Lawsuit.
Dialysis Lawsuit and When Your Heart Attack occurred
There has been some confusion among the public regarding who is eligible to file a Granuflo Dialysis Lawsuit or Naturalyte Dialysis Lawsuit. There has been an assumption that in order to be eligible to file a Dialysis Lawsuit, the heart attack must have occurred while the patient was actually hooked up to the dialysis machine. This is not the case. If you or a loved one had a heart attack during the time you were receiving treatments, not just when you were at the dialysis clinic receiving the dialysis treatment, you may be eligible to file a Granuflo Dialysis Lawsuit or a Naturalyte Dialysis Lawsuit. The problem with Granuflo and Naturalyte can cause a heart attack to occur, even after you have received your dialysis treatment. The bicarbonates in Naturalyte and Granuflo continue to effect patients after their treatments as these additives remain in a patients system for a period of time after they are administered.
Did I have to receive my dialysis from Frensenius to be eligible to file a Dialysis Lawsuit?
No, your do not have to have received your treatment’s from a Fresenius owned dialysis clinic to be eligible to file a Dialysis Lawsuit. Fresenius sold Granuflo and Naturalyte to clinincs they do not own, therefore, you may have been dosed with Granuflo or Naturalyte regardless of where you received your dialysis treatments. Fresenius may still be held liable for the damage caused by their product, regardless of where the dialysis treatments were received.
What if I do not know if Granuflo or Naturalyte were used in my Dialysis Treatments?
It is very possible that someone who had a heart attack while receiving dialysis treatments will not know what additives were or were not used during their treatment. If you had a heart attack during the time period in which you were receiving dialysis treatments, contact us. The Dialysis Lawyer you consult with can help you find out if you received Granuflo or Naturalyte during your dialysis treatment. Just because you were not told that you were receiving Granuflo or Naturalyte does not mean that you were not. You may be eligible to file a Granuflo Dialysis Lawsuit or Naturalyte Lawsuit and it is in your interest to find out. Granuflo and Naturalyte are among the most commonly used dialysis additives of their kind. If you had a heart attack while receiving dialysis treatment, the odds are fairly good that you received Granuflo or Naturalyte during your treatments and may be eligible to file a Dialysis Lawsuit.
How much will I have to pay to file a Dialysis Lawsuit?
If you contact our toll free number, you will not have to pay anything to file a Dialysis Lawsuit. The Dialysis Lawyer you consult with will help you determine whether you have grounds to file a Dialysis Lawsuit or not. Once it is determined that you do have grounds to file a Dialysis Lawsuit, your Dialysis Lawyer will not charge you any fees up front to take your case, nor will you pay any fees during your Dialysis Lawsuit case. Your dialysis lawyer will take your case on a fee contingency basis. This means that if they do not get paid unless they recover money damages for you. Your Dialysis Lawyers fee will be determined by a percentage of how much they collect for you, therefore they are motivated to collect as much as possible on your behalf. You do not have to take any financial risks to file Dialysis Lawsuit.
Is there a Dialysis Class Action Lawsuit?
To the best of our knowledge, a Dialysis Class Action Lawsuit does not exist at this time. This however, has no effect on your ability to file your individual dialysis case. There is no way to determine at this time if a Dialysis Class Action Lawsuit will ever be formed however, this does not affect your ability to file your Dialysis Lawsuit. It is more likely that a Dialysis Lawsuit Multidistrict Litigation may be formed than it is that a Dialysis Class Action Lawsuit, however if no mass action lawsuit of any type if formed, your ability to file an independent Dialysis Lawsuit does not change.
Who is eligible to file a Dialysis Lawsuit?
A person who received the dialysis therapy additives Granuflo or Naturalyte and suffered from a heart attack, a stroke or other heart related event may be eligible to file a Dialysis Lawsuit. If a close family member died from a heart attack or other similar event during the time they were receiving dialysis treatments, you may be entitled to file a Dialysis Lawsuit due to the death of your loved on. This type of Dialysis Lawsuit is known as a wrongful death lawsuit.
How do I get the Dialysis Lawsuit started?
It is very simple to get the Dialysis Lawsuit Process Started. All you have to do is contact our toll free number or use the contact form on this page to arrange a free consultation with a Dialysis Lawsuit Lawyer who can consult with you and file your Dialysis Lawsuit to recover monetary damages for the losses and suffering you experienced as a result of the use of Granuflo or Naturalyte.
Is there a time limit for filing a Dialysis Lawsuit?
There is a time limit for filing any lawsuit including a Dialysis Lawsuit. The time limit for filing your Dialysis Lawsuit depends on many factors. When your suffered your dialysis related injury, the State in which your Dialysis Lawsuit is filed as well as many other factors effect you’re the time you have to file your Dialysis Lawsuit. You do not want to wait to get the process started to filed your Dialyisis Lawsuit, so contact our toll free number or use our contact form today to arrange your free consultation with a Dialysis Lawyer.
Other useful Dialysis Lawsuit information
You can find other useful information related to Dialysis Lawsuits at the website of the FDA at this link: Dialysis Lawsuit. You can find additional educational information on Dialysis Lawsuits at this link: Granuflo Lawsuit.