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St. Joseph Medical Center Stent Lawsuit Settles – Dr. Mark Midei Unneeded Stent Lawsuit Attorneys

St. Joseph Medical Center Stent Lawsuit Settlement

May 2, 2013 – Towson, Maryland.  

A lawsuit filed against St. Joseph Medical Center, Dr. Mark Midei, and Catholic Health Initiatives has settled after weeks of testimony from injured plaintiffs.

Call (410) 288-2900 for more information and a free review of your case.

St. Joseph Stent Lawsuit Settlement, call (410) 288-2900 for a free review of your stent procedure.

If you received a heart stent from Dr. Mark Midei at St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson, Maryland and you have not filed a claim, there is still time.  Contact the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, at (410) 288-2900 for more information and a free review of you stent procedure.

Did you receive a letter from St. Joseph Medical Center indicating that you received an unneeded stent procedure between 2005 and 2010?   Call our office today for a free review of your stent procedure.

We can send you our St. Joseph Stent packet and you can complete the information in the comfort of your home.  We will include a return envelope and once we receive your information, we will have our expert cardiologist review your procedure and determine if you received an unneeded stent from Dr. Mark Midei.

St. Joseph Medical Center Stent Trial Settles.  If you have not contacted an attorney regarding your stent procedure, you still have time.  Call our office at (410) 288-2900 to discuss your case and possible claim against St. Joseph Medical Center.

WBAL coverage of the settlement in the St. Joseph Medical Center Stent Lawsuit.

 

What is a stent and when is it used?

If you are a candidate for angioplasty, your doctor inserts a balloon into your blocked artery and inflates it. This opens up the artery and improves blood flow to the heart. When your blockage is greater than 70 percent, your doctor will typically insert a stent. This device holds open the newly inflated artery and helps reduce the possibility of a recurrence of blockage.

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