Granuflo dialysis lawsuits. Does FDA action lead to potential mass tort for dialysis injuries?

On a featured interview for The Legal Broadcast Network, Attorney's Frederick "Rick" Kuykendall and Ronnie Penton join host Scott Drake for a look at recent concerns regarding the acetic acid concentrates Granuflo and Naturalyte and possible cardiac injuries, deaths and device failure with dialysis patients nationwide.

Granuflo and Naturalyte are acetic acid concentrates used in medical devices for dialysis patients. Recent FDA warnings and a class 1 recall have brought to light possible legal liability and potential lawsuits related to the injuries caused by Granuflo and Naturalyte. What if you or a client have been injured or had a heart attack while receiving dialysis and what are your legal options?

Granuflo Dialysis recall and lawsuits.

Granuflo Dialysis recall and lawsuits.

Joining Legal Broadcast Network are mass tort lawyers Ronnie Penton of the Penton Law Firm in Louisiana and Rick Kuykendall of Kuykendall & Associates in Fairhope, AL. In this timely interview they discuss what the injury is that Granuflo and Naturalyte allegedly causes, recent FDA warnings on it's use, as well as the formation of a docket and possible MDL for Granuflo litigation in Boston, MA.

If you or a client feel they have been injured by these products, or if you are currently on dialysis and wish to discuss the use of these compounds in your treatment, this is an informational video interview to get you started in your research. Legal Broadcast Network will be bringing more stories on this evolving potential litigation as it develops and moves through the courts.