Medtronics Infuse Bone Graft

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Medtronics Infuse Bone Graft Lawsuit Fund

Patients who had surgery using the Medtronic Infuse Bone Graft to treat neck pain are at risk for potential complications.  Many who had the procedure have filed lawsuits alleging problems that include swelling of the airways, causing difficulty breathing, speaking and swallowing.  Many Medtronic lawsuits allege that the manufacturer illegally promoted the product for off-label uses.

If you are currently involved in a Bone Graft lawsuit and are in need of cash to cover your living expenses and financial obligations, Legal Funds Now may be able to help. With settlement advances from Legal Funds Now, you can get up to $500,000 in as little as 48 hours!

Our application process is quick and easy!  Approval is based only on the quality of your pending claim. There are no upfront fees, no monthly payments and no risk. Only pay when your case is won.

The reality is that lawsuits resulting from a faulty bone graft infusion can take months or even years to settle. Our pre-settlement lawsuit advance can provide you with the cash that you need, now.

In times of injury or illness, we all believe that we can trust our healthcare providers and the products they use. When a surgery involving a product results in injury and future surgeries are required to relieve the pain, you have gone through enough – you shouldn’t have to worry about paying your bills.

If you are involved in a Medtronics Infuse Bone Graft lawsuit and you need your settlement cash now, contact us. We will work with you and your attorney to secure a settlement advance in as little as 48 hours.

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