Call If You Have Cancer After a Hysterectomy Due to Morcellation

July 28th, 2016

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If you have been diagnosed with upstaged uterine or abdominal sarcoma or leiomyosarcoma, call our law firm. At The Garmon Law Firm, we help women and their families after a devastating diagnosis has been delivered. You are an integral part of your family and getting sick can cause everything to stop while you receive ongoing medical care.  This can harm both you and your entire family emotionally, mentally, and financially.  Not being able to work or needing to hire someone to help you, can have a significant financial toll, but, there is hope.  You may not have come down with this condition for no reason. You could be suffering due to a medical procedure using the powered morcellator.  If so, you are entitled to financial compensation, something that we can help to recover as your injury attorney.

Maximizing the Value of Your Claim

You could be entitled to financial compensation, if your condition was caused by a faulty medical device or your doctor performing your hysterectomy¬†without giving a proper warning of the risk associated with it. ¬†In this case, we will evaluate what you have paid to-date in medical bills and what you are likely to pay in the future. ¬†We will also analyze how your quality of life has been impacted and how much money you have either lost or had to pay due to your condition. ¬†You could receive compensation for things like –

  • Diagnostic services
  • Procedures
  • Hospital stays
  • Hiring help for the house
  • Needing to secure child care
  • Being unable to work
  • A spouse needing to take time off to care for you
  • Pain and suffering
  • And more

At The Garmon Law Firm, we account for all of the ways that your life has been negatively impacted through the use of the morcellator device and work to ensure that you receive as much compensation as possible.

About the Morcellator Device

The FDA issued a warning in November of 2014 which was an update of the original warning issued in April of that year. The warning went out to healthcare providers, cancer advocacy groups, manufacturers of devices used for minimally invasive surgeries, medical associations, etc. In other words, the medical community has been made aware of the dangers associated with this device and method of performing a hysterectomy. Typically, it has been used for women undergoing a hysterectomy or myomectomy.

The problem is that one out of every three hundred and fifty women that undergo a hysterectomy, in order to remove fibroids, have a specific type of uterine sarcoma which can lead to uterine cancer. The problem is that when a laparoscopic power morcellation is completed, there is no way to tell if the cancer exists and, as a result, cancerous cells may spread.  If this has happened to you, you have the right to seek financial compensation and at the Garmon Law Firm, we can help you to do so.

 

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