East Providence, RI (PRWEB) October 04, 2012
The defective medical device lawyers at d’Oliveira & Associates currently are seeking clients who have been injured by non-freezing cold injuries while using a cold therapy or cryotherapy device that was prescribed by a doctor. The offer is being extended by d’Oliveira & Associates to empower individuals to contact a defective device lawyer without fear of having to pay up front.
Medical professionals prescribe cold therapy or cryotherapy devices for patients for a variety of results. These devices can be used to help reduce swollen or inflamed areas, or to otherwise help a patient recover from orthopedic or other forms of surgery. Cryotherapy can be provided by at-home devices made by several manufacturers, but these devices may lack controls and warnings that prevent the device from doing harm by being on too long or at too cold a temperature.
The kind of injuries that dangerous device law firms may be able to help injured individuals with are known as non-freezing cold injuries (NFCI), which are similar to injuries known to affect the military and commonly known as “trench foot.” This can include cold-related neuropathy in the affected area, continued sensitivity to cold stimuli, and other related injuries.
About d’Oliveira & Associates Dangerous Medical Device Attorneys: d’Oliveira & Associates is a law firm that works with some of the leading attorneys in the United States for dangerous drug, defective medical product and medical malpractice cases. The firm also focuses on personal injury cases, including auto accidents, slip and falls, dog bites as well as social security disability cases.
For a free legal consultation, call 1-800-992-6878 or visit their website at http://www.good-legal-advice.com/cold-therapy-lawyer.htm