Fake Surgical Hardware Leads to Lawsuit for Local Hospital and Doctor

Azrael, Franz, Schwab & Lipowitz attorney Judson H. Lipowitz was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun regarding a recent lawsuit for the Baltimore Washington Medical Center and the use of fake surgical hardware.

Roughly 250 spinal fusion patients have received letters stating that The University of Maryland’s Baltimore Washington Medical Center received hardware from a defunct California company accused of selling fake parts.
In addition, the suit named Dr. Randy Davis, one of the hospital’s spinal surgeons. Local law firms are reaching out to patients for further investigation.

“We’ve discussed this with numerous patients and all have questions about the health implications of potentially having these unapproved parts in their bodies,” said Azrael, Franz, Schwab & Lipowitz attorney Judson H. Lipowitz.

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