Breast Implant Lymphoma Lawyers Reviewing Cases for Women Nationwide

Austin Kirk

By Austin Kirk
Posted June 14, 2017


The product liability lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing breast implant lymphoma lawsuits for women diagnosed with a rare form of cancer that may develop years after breast augmentation or reconstructive breast surgery, known as breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL).

While researchers and health experts are continuing to learn more about this lymphoma that may develop in the fluid surrounding a breast implant, a growing number of women are just discovering that their cancer diagnosis may have been caused by implants received years earlier.

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Were You or a Loved One Diagnosed with Breast Implant ALCL?


Hundreds of women have been diagnosed with breast implant anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL), and reports suggest that the problem remains widely under-diagnosed. In addition, as breast implants remain in place over the coming years, it appears likely that additional women may be diagnosed after developing symptoms like:

  • Swelling Of The Breast
  • Lumps In The Breast
  • Lumps In The Armpit

The breast lymphoma risk appears to be related to textured breast implants sold by several different manufacturers, which may allow bacteria to form or produce chronic inflammation, which is known to cause certain types of lymphoma.

Manufacturers knew or should have known about the link between breast implants and ALCL, yet it appears that information was withheld from women and the medical community. As a result, financial compensation or breast implant lymphoma settlements may be available.

All cases are reviewed by our law firm on a contingency fee basis, which means that there are never any out-of-pocket costs to hire a lawyer and we only receive an attorney fee or expenses if you win your case and obtain a recovery.

Contact our breast implant lymphoma lawyers to discuss whether you or a loved one may have a case!

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