In the unfortunate case that you received a cancer diagnosis as a consequence of using a defective Philips CPAP, BiPAP, or ASV sleep apnea machine or ventilator, we advise you to focus mostly on your health and treatment, but also to seek our assistance as soon as possible so that you can recover financial compensation from the company.
Because Philips had been aware of the dangers of exposure to the damaged polyurethane foam in their devices long before they issued a recall, the company can be held liable.
Our team of experts will help you file a claim with minimal involvement on your part, as we know that most people who struggle with cancer are in a lot of physical and emotional pain. We will ease the process of determining your eligibility as much as possible for you. Therefore, you will only have to send us proof that you own a faulty Philips sleep apnea device and your medical records, which must clearly state your diagnosis.
Afterward, we will thoroughly evaluate your situation and eventually let you know whether you are entitled to compensation from Philips. If we find out that you are, we will recommend you a top lawyer whose area of practice is product liability. There are numerous benefits of working with us, such as:
Our team of professionals has over 35 years of experience in assessing product liability claims and will help you discover if you qualify for filing a claim with Philips if you came to struggle with cancer due to using their faulty sleep apnea devices. After we receive the necessary documents from you, you can continue to channel your attention on important aspects such as your health and cancer treatment.
If you are entitled to compensation from the Dutch company, the attorney who will begin working on your claim will also take care of most legal matters on your behalf so that your participation in the process will remain minimal. Eventually, in a couple of months, you will receive the financial compensation you deserve for your distress from Philips, which will also help cover your medical expenses.