lungs can be seriously damaged by faulty CPAP machines

Why a CPAP Machine Lawsuit Is Taking Place

CPAP machines, or Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machines, are supposed to help people with sleep apnea. Instead, for many people, they’ve caused permanent health conditions and even death. Here’s why our attorneys are pursuing a CPAP machine lawsuit.

CPAP Machines Breaking Down

When you use a CPAP machine, you connect a mask to your face then breath through the machine while you sleep. It’s critical the machine provides you with clean, fresh air, because it’s going straight to your lungs.

But due to a product liability issue, the foam inside these machines sometimes breaks down. Its tiny particles release a list of incredibly dangerous chemicals. And if your machine has this flaw, you’re breathing those chemicals into your body.

As a result, people who’ve used these faulty machines have suffered from horrible lung problems and other chronic health conditions, including:

  • lung cancer
  • severe lung damage or lung disease
  • respiratory failure
  • acute respiratory distress
  • and even death.

If You or a Loved One Has Been Harmed

If you’ve been using a CPAP machine for over a year and suffered any of the above conditions, you should give us a call today at 901-327-2100 or fill out the form below.

We’re working with people just like yourself who’ve been harmed by these dangerous machines.

In addition, some people may have used it for less time or have other serious health conditions not listed above, but their doctors have outright told them the machine broke down and caused their problems. If your doctor has told you your CPAP machine caused your health condition, you absolutely should speak with a lawyer.

We can’t save you from the physical damage caused by these faulty machines, even though it breaks our heart to say so. But we can help you recover financially from some of the damage done. We’ve helped thousands of people, including victims of massive opioid companies and faulty medical devices. We can help you, too.

These cases are time-sensitive, so don’t wait. Just call 901-327-2100 today or fill out this form. We look forward to speaking with you.