Bair Hugger® Lawsuits

Bair Hugger® Lawsuits

The Bair Hugger® is a forced-air warming device used to warm patients during total hip or knee replacements. The device forces warm air into a blanket used to cover patients during surgery and regulate the patient’s temperature.


Injuries and Allegations

Hundreds of cases have been filed in the District of Minnesota, where 3M manufactured the device. The complaints allege that the warning system allows bacteria to flow into the surgical site causing deep joint infections.

Deep joint infections can include methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), sepsis and other serious infections. Treatment for infections include additional surgeries, antibiotic therapy and in serious cases, amputation.

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How do I know if the Bair Hugger was used in my surgery?

Nearly 80% of hospitals use the Bair Hugger® system. In order to find out if a Bair Hugger® was used in your surgery, call Meshbesher & Spence today for a free consultation.

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When you hire an attorney from Meshbesher & Spence, you will not pay any attorney fees until you receive compensation. In the event that you do not recover compensation for your injuries, you owe us nothing. This kind of pay structure is called a “contingent fee agreement”.

Why Choose Meshbesher & Spence?

Unlike many firms who make big promises and then refer their cases to other attorneys, Meshbesher & Spence will handle your Bair Hugger® case from beginning to end. Genevieve Zimmerman has been appointed co-lead of the Bair Hugger® litigation. Attorney Zimmerman is well-versed in the medicine, science and law involved in the Bair Hugger® litigation.

If you have suffered injuries as a result of the Bair Hugger® contact Meshbesher & Spence today. Your consultation is free and you pay nothing until our Firm recovers fair compensation for you and your family.

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