Phillips CPAP Ventilator Lawyer

In June 2021, Philips Respironics issued a voluntary recall of millions of CPAP and BiPAP devices manufactured before April 26, 2021. These devices have been linked to a higher risk of developing lung cancer and other serious health conditions.

Since then, Philips has racked up several Class I recalls — in mid-October 2022, the FDA handed down a sixth Class I rating in a safety alert. At that point, the FDA counted a total of 18,670,643 devices recalled in the United States alone.

In addition, the United States Justice Department is negotiating the terms of a consent decree with Philips to investigate what the company knew or should have known about the devices that many believe caused health issues before they were sent to millions of Americans, per The New York Times in November 2022. Such a decree would potentially demand the company document the steps it would take to prevent similar issues in the future.

If you or a loved one used a recalled Philips CPAP machine or ventilator and have since been diagnosed with lung cancer or other serious health issues, you may be eligible for compensation. Let our team of experienced defective product lawyers review your claim to see what legal options may be available to you and if you can participate in a Philips CPAP ventilator lawsuit.

Phillips Law Group is one of the largest consumer law firms in Arizona, having recovered more than $1 billion in compensation. This includes a recovery of $23 million in a defective product case.

Founder Jeffrey Phillips has decades of experience fighting on behalf of the injured and works closely with other lawyers around the country on defective product cases.

Call us today to schedule a free consultation to discuss the facts of your claim to see how we may be able to help you. Our attorneys work on a contingency basis, which means there are no hourly fees, and you only pay us if we successfully recover compensation on your behalf.