Have you or a loved one been injured by a Medtronic Horizon Spinal Stabilization System? If so, we can help. Although we are a nationally recognized class action firm, the Product Liability Litigation Group at our law firm has decided against the filing of a class action suit and is currently filing individual claims on behalf of injured individuals and/or their family members that have suffered from back pain, additional surgery, or other adverse side effect after having a Medtronic Horizon Spinal Device implanted.
About Class Action Lawsuits
A class action is a type of lawsuit filed with the court on behalf of large group of people or “class” of individuals that have been injured or wronged. The class is represented by the law firm and the case is generally decided upon a single member of the class who is sometimes referred to as the “class representative or class rep.”
Why Our Law Firm Is Filing Individual Lawsuits Opposed To a Class Action
In some instances, a class action may offer some advantages, as they aggregate a large number of individualized claims into one representational lawsuit. The aggregation can increase the efficiency of the legal process, lower the costs of litigation and in some cases offer the solution to a common problem wherein small recoveries do not provide the incentive for any individual or law firm to file an individual lawsuit.
However, a class action suit can also be a detriment to many class members, as they are often forced into a blanket “low ball settlement” and higher attorney fees.
At Schmidt & Clark, LLP we understand that our clients are suffering emotionally and economically due to loss of wages and/or high medical bills and we plan to maximize each clients recovery by filing individual defective Medtronic spine device lawsuits on their behalf.
Do I Have a Medtronic Horizon Agile Dynamic Stabilization Device Lawsuit?
The Products Liability Litigation Group at our law firm is an experienced team of trial lawyers that focus exclusively on the representation of plaintiffs in faulty Medtronic spine fusion device lawsuits. We are handling individual litigation nationwide and currently accepting new cases in all 50 states.