Philips Promised You'd Sleep Like A Baby.

Instead, your CPAP machine could have caused serious health problems.

Used a CPAP machine or similar device and have health problems?

Submit this form to learn about legal options. There is no cost to review your case.

If you can’t sleep at night, they shouldn’t either

According to Reuters, in June 2021 Philips recalled between 3-4 million Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machines that Americans with sleep apnea were depending on. Specifically, the recall was for Philips Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure (Bi-Level PAP), Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), and mechanical ventilator devices.

Philips inserts a polyester-based polyurethane foam into its machines to soften the noise they create. The foam degrades over time, releasing small particles that are extremely dangerous when inhaled by users. Chemical exposure and off-gassing from this foam has been shown to create even worse problems for patients using Philips CPAP machines and ventilators to treat sleep apnea.

In a statement released by Philips, the company flat-out told users to STOP USING THESE MACHINES IMMEDIATELY.

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Are your new or worsening symptoms the result of your Philips CPAP machine?

Tell them it’s unacceptable to go to bed with sleep apnea and wake up with:

  • Acute Respiratory Distress System (ARDS)
  • Cancer Diagnosis
  • Chemical poisoning
  • Kidney, Lung, or Liver damage
  • Kidney, Lung, or Liver disease
  • Pleural Effusion
  • Respiratory failure
  • Reactive Airway Disease (RAD)
  • Severe ear, nose, throat inflammation
  • Trembling
  • Whole body fatigue or dizziness

The damage has been done. You are not at fault, and you are not alone!  Sleeping through the night shouldn’t be a luxury, and it shouldn’t give you cancer. Contact our team to find out what legal options are available to you and your family.

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Filing a lawsuit against Philips isn’t just about money, it’s about protecting others from careless manufacturing in the future.

Using a CPAP for sleep apnea shouldn’t force you to trade one set of health problems for another – especially organ failure and cancer. While a lawsuit can’t change your diagnosis, it could help you pay for expensive medical bills, medications/treatments, or assist financially for time missed at work due to illness. But most importantly, a lawsuit will send a message to the manufacturers of faulty CPAP machines that this is unacceptable.

By filing a lawsuit, you can help protect others from being hurt by similar products in the future. Contact us today for a completely free and confidential consultation.

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If you or a family member used any of the following CPAP devices manufactured by Philips for sleep apnea and now have other health issues that may be a direct result, please contact us immediately to learn about your legal options.

Philips estimates that 3 to 4 million devices may be affected, the majority of which are first-generation DreamStation products sold before April 2021.

Philips estimates that 3 to 4 million devices may be affected, the majority of which are first-generation DreamStation products sold before April 2021.

  • E30
  • DreamStation ASV
  • DreamStation (ST, AVAPS)
  • SystemOne (ASV4)
  • C Series (ASV, S/T, AVAPS)
  • SystemOne (Q Series)
  • DreamStation (CPAP, Auto CPAP, BiPap)
  • DreamStation GO (CPAP, AP)
  • Dorma 400 CPAP
  • Dorma 500 CPAP
  • Trilogy 100 Ventilator
  • Trilogy 200 Ventilator
  • Garbin Plus Ventilator
  • Aeris Ventilator
  • LifeVent Ventilator
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