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Page Bradley Law Firm Announces it is Now Reviewing da Vinci Surgery Injury Claims Nationwide
Date:5/27/2013

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) May 27, 2013

The personal injury lawyers, Page Bradley, are now reviewing claims related to surgical complications allegedly caused by the da Vinci Surgical System. The firm is providing free legal consultations for patients and their families regarding life-threatening injuries and deaths that may be connected to Intuitive Surgical’s robotic equipment. Financial compensation is being sought.

Some patients who have undergone hysterectomies, prostate cancer surgery, thyroid cancer surgery, and other procedures performed using the da Vinci robot, have alleged subsequent damage to healthy organs and blood vessels. They claimed that the damages they (or their loved ones) suffered ranged from internal bleeding to surgical tears to serious burns—and even to death.*

According to CNBC.com and Bloomberg.com reports, some of these surgical injuries may have been caused by incidental contact of the device with other body parts, while others were assertedly caused by insufficient training.** Indeed, one surgeon who has used the robot has said that it takes much more than the number of procedures offered in training before doctors can feel comfortable using the robotic technology.***

Page Bradley encourages anyone who believes he or she has allegedly suffered a complication resulting from robotic surgery to call for a free consultation. Page Bradley can be reached by calling 1-800-MED-LAWS (1-800-633-5297).

There have been claims that the da Vinci Surgical System, which made its debut in the medical community in 2000, has purportedly been at the root of more than 85 surgery-related deaths and at least 245 injuries since 2000. These numbers are documented in the Food and Drug Administration's MAUDE database.**** According to reports, some of the procedures were perfor
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