New Website Helps Families of Dialysis Patients Answer the Question: “Do I Have a Valid Legal Claim For the Wrongful Death of My Family Member?”
"I didn't realize that the survival rate of kidney dialysis patients is only 35.8%," says personal injury attorney Michael J. Evans. "I've been shocked with what I've learned after joining a coalition of lawyers representing people in GranuFlo lawsuits, so I've set up http://dialysis-lawsuits.org to help."
Birmingham, Alabama (PRWEB) July 18, 2013
Dialysis Lawsuit, a website launched July 17, 2013, is designed with three goals in mind, says personal injury attorney Michael J. Evans. Evans developed the new website in conjunction with several other complex litigation firms who have teamed up to represent families with legal claims involving dialysis, including claims against the maker of the recalled dialysis drug GranuFlo (eg Case no. 2:2013cv00371).
"First we want to help families determine if they have a valid claim against the maker of the recalled dialysis drug GranuFlo or against some other party, such as an outpatient dialysis center. Second, we want to help families who have valid legal claims get the compensation they deserve. And finally, we want to provide safety tips for current dialysis patients and their families," said Evans.
"Some of the safety tips found at Dialysis Lawsuit are based on CDC documents which reveal that half of all bloodstream infections could be prevented if dialysis center employees would just wash their hands, properly clean catheters before they are inserted into other patients, and use similar common-sense procedures," said Evans.
http://kidney.niddk.nih.gov/kudiseases/pubs/kustats/#16 for the statement that "the 5-year survival rate of kidney dialysis patients is only 35.8 percent. (See attached file: Kidney Disease Statistics for the United States)
FDA Recall Notice on GranuFlo (file attached to this release)
The GranuFlo litigation is MDL 2428 (See United States District Court, 2013, http://www.mad.uscourts.gov/worcester/MDL2428/MDL2428.htm)
CDC Checklist: Dialysis Station Routine Disinfection, 2013, (http://www.cdc.gov/dialysis/PDFs/collaborative/Env_checklist-508.pdf)
CDC Report: Protocols to Reduce Bloodstream Infections in Dialysis Patients, Updated 5-13-13, (http://www.cdc.gov/hicpac/pdf/guidelines/bsi-guidelines-2011.pdf)
About Michael J. Evans
Personal injury attorney Michael J. Evans' address is P.O. Box 55055, Birmingham, AL 35255. Personal injury attorney Michael J. Evans has a background in mass tort and complex litigation, both locally in Alabama and nationally using the Internet. Evans has extensive experience using the Internet and social media to connect injured clients with law firms nationwide.
Attorney Michael J. Evans
P.O. Box 55055
Birmingham, AL 35255
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Founded in 1984, Yearout & Traylor, P.C. has two decades of experience trying cases on behalf of individuals and businesses that have been hurt or taken advantage of as the result of the wrongful conduct of others. The firm’s lawyers have a wide variety of experience in personal injury and other forms of civil litigation. For more information about the firm’s services visit their website at http://www.yearout.net.
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