What You Need to Know About Joining the CPAP Lawsuit
All over the country, people who use CPAP machines are asking, “How can I join the CPAP lawsuit?” Fortunately, our Memphis attorneys have some answers.
What Is the CPAP Lawsuit About?
CPAP machines (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machines) help people with sleep apnea to breathe better at night. However, because of a problem with the machines, they’ve also recently caused serious health problems and even death.
Essentially, over time the foam inside some of these machines can break down into tiny particles. People using the CPAP masks at night breathe in those particles, which include carcinogens and other dangerous chemicals.
People affected by this product flaw have experienced debilitating health conditions like:
- lung cancer
- lung disease
- respiratory failure
- and even death.
Is This a Class Action Lawsuit?
The class action CPAP lawsuit is actually a common misconception. Instead, this is a multi-district mass tort, which is even better than a class action. In a mass tort, you work with independent representation (your own lawyer) instead of a large group. As a result, you get far more control over your case.
With the right attorney, a mass tort gives you a better chance to get the compensation you need and deserve.
I’ve Been Injured by a CPAP Machine. How Do I Get Started?
If you’re wondering, “How Can I Join the CPAP Lawsuit?” you’ve come to the right place.
Our Memphis CPAP lawsuit attorneys will look into your situation and discuss your options with you. If you have a case, we’ll go to bat for you. We’ll handle all the research, medical records, and more. And we don’t make a penny unless you win.
Our attorneys have fought some of the largest companies in the world and won, including:
- pharmaceutical companies
- medical device manufacturers
- and chemical companies.
If you or a loved one has been injured by CPAP machines, contact us today to get started. The conversation is completely free.
Just call me at 901-327-2100 or fill out the form below.