New Granuflo Lawsuit Alleges Cardiac Event: Now, AttorneyOne Can Provide Advice

On December 16, a new lawsuit was filed in Massachusetts District Court alleging a serious cardiac event from Granuflo. In light of this news, AttorneyOne, a recognized authority on law, informs that they are now providing advice, including how to get in contact with legal counsel, to people potentially affected by Granuflo side effects.

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Granuflo: serious adverse events

Granuflo: serious adverse events

the plaintiff claims that she suffered a serious cardiac event during her dialysis treatment and required emergency medical care

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2013

AttorneyOne.com, a recognized authority on law, updated the website recently and it is now actively providing expert opinion in view of the recent news on Granuflo lawsuits and potential Granuflo Recall lawsuit.

On December 16, a new lawsuit was filed in Massachusetts District Court (case no. 1:2013cv13175) alleging a serious cardiac event from Granuflo. Granuflo, manufactured by Fresenius Medical Care, is an additive used in kidney dialysis to help patients maintain their bicarbonate levels which neutralize the acid buildup in the bloodstream during dialysis. In the lawsuit, the plaintiff claims that she suffered a serious cardiac event during her dialysis treatment and required emergency medical care.

On November 4, four lawsuits were filed in West Virginia Southern District Court alleging deaths from Granuflo (Case no. 2:2013cv27953, 2:2013cv27956, 2:2013cv27960, 2:2013cv27976).

Court data, updated on December 16, by the US Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (MDL), indicate that there are 433 actions now pending in the Granuflo MDL. All the actions in the MDL involve similar allegations that plaintiffs suffered injury or death caused by the use of GranuFlo and/or NaturaLyte during hemodialysis, which allegedly may cause metabolic alkalosis in patients resulting in low blood pressure, hypokalemia, hypoxemia, hypercapnia, cardiac arrhythmia, or cardiopulmonary arrest.

Taking into consideration the latest developments, AttorneyOne.com updated the website and, now, can actively provide an expert opinion including how to get in contact with legal counsel easily and inexpensively in cases of severe complications, allegedly from Granuflo. Sean Burke, director of Media Relations at AttorneyOne.com, adds that the relevant information illustrates that people continue to file Granuflo lawsuits. "For that reason", he continues, "our focus should squarely fall on getting the word out and assisting people in finding the right legal assistance.”

On October 23, another lawsuit was filed by a daughter in Mississippi Northern District Court (case no. 3:2013cv00257) alleging that Granuflo caused her mother's death. In the lawsuit, the plaintiff claims that her mother underwent dialysis regularly and in 2007, she suffered a cardiac arrest and died.

AttorneyOne.com has further information on Granuflo lawsuits including how to get in contact with legal counsel.

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