Dialysis Injury Lawyers Bond & Taylor Offering Free Consultation to Consumers Suffering From Dialysis Injury

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					 Dialysis Injury Lawyers Bond & Taylor Offering Free Consultation to Consumers
                          Suffering From Dialysis Injury
The dialysis injury lawyers Bond & Taylor are offering free consultations and case evaluations to
consumers suffering from dialysis injury. The recent U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recall of
two popular dialysis concentrates, GranuFlo® and NaturaLyte® has prompted many consumers suffering
from dialysis injury to explore their legal options. The dialysis injury lawyers Bond & Taylor is
encouraging consumers who suffered dialysis injury to call and obtain help today.

Following the FDA recall, patients who have suffered dialysis injury began to file suit alleging GranuFlo®
and NaturaLyte® manufacturer Fresenius Medical Care was aware of the significant health risks their
products posed and did not adequately warn patients and caregivers. The dialysis injury lawyers Bond &
Taylor would like to ensure that consumers suffering with a dialysis injury obtain the health information
that they need. Consumers with dialysis injuries or families who have lost loved ones to dialysis injury
are encouraged to call the dialysis injury lawyers Bond & Taylor today.

The FDA recall of GranuFlo® and NaturaLyte® provided necessary health warnings to caregivers and
patients, many of whom were unaware of the danger for dialysis injury. Among the 400,000 Americans
receiving dialysis per year, an estimated 1/3 were treated with GranuFlo® and NaturaLyte®. In patients
with elevated bicarbonate levels, these drugs with already elevated bicarbonate levels allegedly caused
many severe dialysis injuries. This included heart attacks in 947 patients that Fresenius researchers
observed. While Fresenius warned its own doctors and caregivers, it did not warn caregivers outside of
its own network. ( http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/15/health/fda-investigates-fresenius-for-failure-
to-warn-of-risk.html?_r=0 )

Said partner Andrew Wright, “We want to ensure consumers get the necessary help for their dialysis
injury. We’ve had some heartbreaking calls from family members who have lost loved ones to dialysis
injury and we’d like to help them as best we can.”

Consumers who have suffered dialysis injury are encouraged to call the dialysis injury lawyers Bond &
Taylor to find out if they are eligible for compensation.

About Bond & Taylor:

Extensive product liability experience gives Andrew Wright the expertise necessary to handle your
defective prescription drug case. With over 20 years of experience as a trial lawyer, Andrew Wright is
used to standing up for his clients and achieving results.

The law firm of Bond & Taylor has over 30 years of experience fighting zealously on behalf of injured
clients and grieving family members who have lost a loved one due to negligence. The firm prides itself
on being experts at fighting to achieve the fairness and justice clients deserve. Attorneys at Bond &
Taylor are passionate advocates for their clients who treat clients with the compassion and respect they
deserve. The attorneys at Bond & Taylor understand clients and their families are suffering and want to
fight for the compensation that clients deserve. Cases are accepted nationwide; call the firm of Bond &
Taylor for a free confidential consultation at (800) 471-0314. http://www.bondtaylorlaw.com

Press Contact:

Catherine Hess

Director of Public Relations

Bond & Taylor

17500 Red Hill Ave. #100, Irvine, CA 92614

(949) 988-7100

chess@webshark360.com

http://www.bondtaylorlaw.com

				
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