Thursday, April 7, 2011

Did you Receive a Coronary Artery Stent at Union Memorial Hospital from January 2005 to January 2010?

April 7, 2011 - For Immediate Release to Stent Patients at Union Memorial Hospital.

Attention: All Union Memorial Hospital and Upper Chesapeake Medical Center Heart Patients, you may have a claim for an unneeded stent.  We now know that there were other cardiologists who implanted unnecessary stents and we know who they are.  These stents may ave a significant impact on your future health insurance coverage.  You may be entitled to monetary compensation.  
Union Memorial Hospital
Stent Lawsuit Attorney
Maryland Stent Lawyer

We are currently representing clients in a suit filed in Baltimore, Maryland with unnecessary stents.  If you had a coronary artery stent implanted between January 2005 and January 2010 at Union Memorial or were transferred from Upper Chesapeake to St. Joseph's Hospital for stent placement, please call the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr, LLC, at (410) 288-2900 and speak with a Maryland Stent Lawsuit Attorney.  You can also email Stent Attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr., atRiceLawMD@gmail.com.  All inquiries will be kept confidential.  There is no charge for our consultation. We do not need any records from your cardiologist at this time, we only need you to call us. 

We will send out a Union Memorial Stent packet to be completed in the privacy of your home.  Once you have completed the Union Memorial Stent packet, return to our office in the enclosed postage paid envelope. We will review the information with our cardiologist to determine if you received an unneeded coronary stent from Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.

Have your stent procedure reviewed by our cardiologist to determine if you received a needed stent from Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.

To schedule a free consultation, contact our Maryland Stent Lawyer at 410.288.2900 to discuss your case.