If you had a BMP spinal implant, in which a liquid form of bone morphogenetic protein was implanted between vertebrae to fill in the gaps and replace damaged disks through bone growth, you may have received an Infuse Bone Graft, manufactured by Medtronic.

The FDA has issued a public health notification regarding the Medtronic Infuse Bone Graft because it has been linked to negative side effects. This is why it is important that you know what to do if you have been affected by the use of the Infuse Bone Graft. 

Do You Know What to Do?
 
If you have experienced side effects, injuries or complications after a doctor has used Infuse Bone Graft in your procedure, you need to seek legal advice immediately.  You should contact the attorneys at Gray & White as soon as possible to find out your next steps.

Many people have recently brought Infuse Bone Graft lawsuits against Medtronic because their health has been affected by the use of this harmful medical product.  Our attorneys will help you determine your options, explain if a lawsuit is best for you, determine what your case should be worth based upon your personal injuries suffered, answer your questions, and help navigate your claim through the litigation process to make sure you receive ample compensation for your injuries.

What You Can Do
 
If you suffered a devastating injury or lost a family member due to the Medtronic Infuse Bone Graft, then you should talk to a Medtronic Infuse lawyer at Gray & White today in a free, confidential consultation at (800) 634-8767 or (502) 210-8942 to get the justice and compensation you deserve through a Medtronic claim.
Mark K. Gray
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