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Da Vinci Surgical Robot Lawyers at Wright & Schulte LLC Note Recent Developments in Da Vinci Robot Lawsuit Trial
Date:5/19/2013

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    The case underway in Washington is just one of 26 da Vinci surgical robot lawsuits filed against Intuitive Surgical that allege defects with the machine and/or inadequate doctor training, according to an April 19th filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. According to Bloomberg News, emails disclosed ahead of the trial suggest the company’s salesmen lobbied hospitals to scale back doctor training. In one such communication, for example, a manager told a sales team not to “let proctoring or credentialing get in the way” of meeting goals on the number of robot surgeries.
    [bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-21/intuitive-robosurgery-training-seen-lacking-in-lawsuits.html; Bloomberg News, April 19, 2013]
    [sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1035267/000119312513162385/d508282d10q.htm; Intuitive SEC Filing, April 19, 2013]

    Most recently, an expert testifying for the plaintiff told the jury that the patient could have lived five more years, with a better quality of life, had he not suffered serious da Vinci surgery complications during a prostate removal that lasted more than seven hours. Earlier, the man’s surgeon had testified that he was told by Intuitive Surgical that he would be ready to operate w
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