Uniondale, NY (PRWEB) February 27, 2008
Earlier this week, the Judicial Panel on Multi-District Litigation issued a transfer order, transferring all Medtronic Sprint Fidelis case (MDL No. 1905) filed in various federal courts to the District of Minnesota. Mark & Associates, P.C. continues to aggressively evaluate new cases involving recalled Medtronic Sprint Fidelis defibrillator leads. Defibrillator patients can request a free legal consultation by visiting http://www.MedtronicLegalAction.com. The Panel's transfer order can be view at http://www.jpml.uscourts.gov/Hearing_Info/Newly_Transferred/MDL_1905-TransferOrder-Corrected.pdf.
On October, 15, 2007, Medtronic Inc. announced it was recalling its Sprint Fidelis leads from the worldwide market citing a risk of fracture, which can potentially cause a defibrillator to either fail or deliver unnecessary shocks.
The recall involves the following Medtronic defibrillation leads:
- Sprint Fidelis 6930
- Sprint Fidelis 6931
- Sprint Fidelis 6948
- Sprint Fidelis 6949
Most defibrillator and pacemaker patients have an identification card that lists the model and serial numbers of their device and leads. If your device identification card contains the numbers 6930, 6931, 6948 or 6949, it is likely you have a recalled lead. If you are unsure which lead you have, you are encouraged to contact Mark & Associates, P.C. to request a free evaluation.
Patients can request a free legal consultation by completing the submission form at http://www.MedtronicLegalAction.com or by calling Mark & Associates, P.C. at 1-866-9-MEDTRONIC (1-866-963-3876).
About Mark & Associates, P.C.
Mark & Associates, P.C. is a leading personal injury and products liability law firm with offices in Boston, Massachusetts and Long Island, New York. The firm aggressively represents victims of defective pharmaceuticals and medical devices, dangerous consumer products, bad faith insurance denials, toxic exposure and serious auto and common carrier accidents. More information on Mark & Associates, P.C. is available at http://www.youhaverights.com/.