Medtronic MiniMed Pump Lawsuit
Design problems with the Medtronic MiniMed insulin pump have resulted in the recall for certain devices distributed in recent years, which have been linked reports of severe and life-threatening injuries after insulin overdoses or under delivery.
STATUS OF MEDTRONIC MINIMED LAWSUITS: Financial compensation may be available through a Medtronic MiniMed Pump Lawsuit for individuals who were hospitalized due to an insulin pump failure or device malfunction, which may result in:
- Diabetic Coma
- Wrongful Death
July 2023 Minimed Lawsuit Update: In at least two cases, federal judges have determined Medtronic MiniMed Pump lawsuits were preempted by federal law. These rulings are not binding on all cases, and may be appealed.
2022 Minimed Lawsuit Update: An investor lawsuit was filed against Medtronic by investors in September 2022, who say the manufacturer hid problems with the Minimed pumps for years. Just days later the FDA issued a warning of serious Minimed cybersecurity issues which could expose the units to hackers.
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Medtronic MiniMed Lawsuits
Recalled Medtronic MiniMed insulin pumps have been linked to reports of hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia and other serious injuries.SEE IF YOU QUALIFY FOR COMPENSATION
MANUFACTURER: Medtronic, Inc.
OVERVIEW: Medtronic’s MiniMed line of insulin pumps were first introduced in 2006 with the MiniMed Paradigm. Since then, there have been numerous versions, and many have been linked to a slew of problems.
The pumps are small, computerized devices that can be clipped to a belt or taped to the skin which use wireless transmissions to glucose monitors to measure the body’s glucose levels, then deliver insulin via a catheter tube, known as an infusion set, as needed. They are used to treat patients with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
However, design problems with the insulin pumps have resulted in a number of recalls due to severe and potentially life threatening injuries that may have resulted from an under dosing or overdose of insulin.
Under delivery of insulin results in glucose levels being too high, and an insulin overdose, which appears to be the most common problem, can lead to dangerously low glucose levels, known as hypoglycemia.
Symptoms of hypoglycemia from a Medtronic MiniMed pump may include:
- Irregular heartbeat
- Vision loss or blurred vision
- Loss of Consciousness
Major MiniMed recalls have been issued in 2009, 2013, 2014, 2017, and the most recent Medtronic MiniMed 600 series recall, which affected more than 300,000 devices nationwide, issued on February 12, 2020. This action was taken after more than 26,000 complaints of problems with the MiniMed pump were identified, including at least 2,175 injuries and one death. The FDA announced a Medtronic MiniMed 600 series recall expansion in early October 2021, increasing the number of affected devices to half a million.
MEDTRONIC MINIMED INSULIN PUMP RECALL LAWYERS: As a result of the manufacturers’ failure to properly design and test these critical drug delivery pumps, lawsuits may be filed to obtain financial compensation for individuals who suffered severe injuries due to overdosing or under-dosing of insulin.
If proper testing and design of these devices had been done, it is unlikely there would have been so many recalls or injuries. Contact a Medtronic MiniMed recall lawyer to review whether you or a loved one may have a case.
GeorgeSeptember 19, 2023 at 6:22 pm
Yes I've experienced low blood sugars in my sleep had to be taken to the ER I've also experienced high blood pressures rapid heart beating fatigue not feeling well some days
CleaticeMay 22, 2023 at 12:29 pm
I've got 4 medical discs that can win a case
BillJanuary 30, 2023 at 10:06 am
This lawsuit is BS!!!!! I'm one of the first 7 to file it's been 4 years and no answers. I've also been told that even if I was to win a lawsuit it wouldn't be for more than a few hundred. If you are like me and think you might get a worth your while settlement, think again. This is a joke.... Something else to give the little guy some hope just to be let down again. "We don't matter."
MiaOctober 25, 2022 at 2:51 am
I’ve been using Medtronics since 2004, but when my 670G malfunctioned I went into a coma while driving, hit a telephone pole head on totaling my jeep putting mei to a coma for 15 days shattered my right ankle and leg along with my upper left arm, shattered my sons right femur. My life will never be the same
JeremyAugust 13, 2022 at 7:54 am
I had 1 it just went bad they sent me everything under the sun still would not work right ended up in hospital due to high blood sugar they told me there was nothing they could do
MichaelMay 17, 2022 at 12:50 pm
I have been on Medtronics mini med 670 g pump since March of 2018. I have had 4 hypoglycemic/cardiac events over these 4 years.
DiabeticNovember 29, 2021 at 2:26 pm
I have a minimed 600 series. I went through the recall, received the replacement,used it as directed and the new one malfunctioned putting insulin under my skin causing an abscess and mrsa. Now I have been going through treatments for this and having to give myself shots again,which are not working.
AndreaJuly 12, 2020 at 11:32 am
I had a Medtronic bladder stimulater installed in me and got infection and lots of pain till months later I insisted on them removing it
LawrenceMarch 8, 2020 at 4:16 pm
I have been on Metformin for years I was diagnosed back in 2018 with cancer
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