Defective Spinal Screws
Dangers of Non-FDA Approved Spinal Hardware
Allegations have come to light that some Baltimore Washington Medical Center patients may have been implanted with defective spinal screws and other hardware during spinal fusion surgeries performed between 2007 and 2013. The defective spinal screws and hardware have not been approved by the FDA and may cause injury. If you had spinal surgery with spinal screws and hardware at Baltimore Washington Medical Center during that time period you may be at risk and entitled to compensation.
Baltimore Washington Medical Center and Dr. Randy Davis – Relationship with Spinal Solutions, LLC
More specifically, it has been alleged in a lawsuit that the Baltimore Washington Medical Center by and through its employees and agents defrauded unknowing patients. For its part Baltimore Washington Medical Center received nonFDA approved and/or counterfeit spinal screws and hardware from Spinal Solutions, LLC for use in spinal fusion surgeries performed by Dr. Randy Davis and possibly other physicians.
It is also alleged that Dr. Davis entered into consulting agreements with Spinal Solutions, LLC, wherein Spinal Solutions or its principal Mr. Roger Williams paid Dr. Davis to use and to introduce their non-FDA approved and/or counterfeit products into Maryland Hospitals, including, but not limited to Baltimore Washington Medical Center.
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If you had spinal surgery with spinal screws and hardware at Baltimore Washington Medical Center during that time period please call the Law Offices of Peter Angelos, P.C. for a free consultation to help determine your legal rights.