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What Happens During a Class Action Recall Investigation?

Mar 02, 2020
Shamis & Gentile, P.A.
Medtronic insulin pump recall

Class action recall investigations happen when a specific product has been recalled by its manufacturers for various reasons. The class action lawsuit is formed by a multitude of individuals who have suffered harm or concern regarding the recalled products in question. The class action lawsuit is handled by specialist class action recall lawyers or class action recall attorneys, with a Lead Plaintiff stepping up to represent all members of the lawsuit.

Examples of Class Action Recall Investigations

 Currently, Shamis & Gentile, P.A. is dealing with a number of class action recall investigation lawsuits, including the following:

  • Hip Replacement Recalls
    There have been numerous hip replacement recalls over the years, including the Stryker hip replacement recall, the Pinnacle hip replacement, and the titanium hip replacement recall. These recalls took place because the hip replacement materials and their safety and/or quality were called into question.
  • Allergan Breast Implant Recall
    Allergan was recently forced to recall some of its breast implants with BioCell texture by the American FDA (Food and Drug Administration). The recall took place after a link was found between the Allergan breast implants and a rare type of lymphoma, namely BIA-ALCL or the Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma.
  • Medtronic Insulin Pump Recall
    It has been reported that the Medtronic insulin pump has been related to one death and, as such, the company is recalling over 322,000 of its insulin pumps. The recall is due to an issue with possible missing or broken components, which can be responsible for the over- or under-delivery of insulin.
  • Walgreens Multivitamin Children’s Gummies Class Action Recall Investigation
    Another relevant class action recall investigation that has generated a significant number of members is the Walgreens Multivitamin Children’s Gummies class action recall investigation. Walgreens Multivitamin Children’s Gummies, which were designed for children between the ages of one and 13, has been proven to contain an excessive amount of folic acid. This overdose of folic acid is known to contribute towards a multitude of negative side effects, including the potential for neurological damage and cancer.

If you, like thousands of other Americans, purchased Walgreens Multivitamin Children’s Gummies for your children’s consumption, you may qualify to participate in this excessive folic acid class action recall investigation lawsuit.

How to Join an Investigation

 If you have been personally affected by a product that has since been recalled by its manufacturers, you are within your rights to join a class action recall investigation. Get in touch with  Shamis & Gentile, P.A. today for more information regarding the process.

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