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Did you use a Philips CPAP/BiPAP Machine?

People who used a CPAP/BiPAP machine and were diagnosed with new health issues
may be able to get financial compensation for their medical bills.

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Why did Philips recall ventilators?

The FDA has issued a Class 1 recall of Philips ventilators, the most serious type of recall possible.


The foam used to dampen the sound of these machines, polyester-based polyurethane (PE-PUR) sound abatement foam, has been shown to break down over time and could be breathed in by a user. The size of the particles seen in the foam vary in size, and some are visible. Some of the particles shown to break away from the foam are small enough to be absorbed by the lungs, which can cause serious health complications. 


In the FDA's own statement on the recall of CPAP and BiPAP machines, "the exposure to debris or chemicals could cause serious adverse events in patients such as irritation (skin, eye, and respiratory tract), inflammation, headache, asthma, hypersensitivity, nausea/vomiting, adverse effects to other organs (e.g., kidneys and liver) and toxic carcinogenic effects."


This means that anyone who has used a CPAP or BiPAP machine is at risk. Talk with our team to see if we can help you!

Who qualifies to file a claim?

Those who experienced cancer or new health-related issues after using a Philips CPAP or BiPAP machine may be able to seek financial help.

  • DreamStation

  • SystemOne

  • C-Series

  • OmniLab Advanced+

  • REMstar SE Auto

  • Trilogy

  • Garbin

  • A-Series


Let us help you.

It costs nothing to speak to us about your claim to find out whether you could qualify for financial help. You'll pay nothing unless we win. Sign up for a free consultation and speak with our team today.

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