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Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Amputation and Injury Helpline

If You or a Loved One Underwent an Amputation or Suffered Injuries After a
Procedure to Address Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD),
You May Qualify for Financial Compensation!

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About Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)

In the United States alone, more than 8 million individuals aged 40 and older battle peripheral artery disease (PAD), also referred to as peripheral arterial disease. This condition is a consequence of atherosclerosis, a condition in which the accumulation of plaque restricts the blood flow within the peripheral arteries. These arteries are pivotal as they carry blood from the heart to various parts of the body. The spotlight of this health discussion centers on the prevalent form of PAD known as "lower extremity PAD," which directly impacts the blood circulation to the legs and feet.


A clear indicator of lower extremity PAD manifests as muscular pain or weakness that emerges during physical activities, notably walking, and dissipates shortly after resting. Recognizing the significance, it's crucial to acknowledge that if lower extremity PAD is present, there is a likelihood of plaque accumulation in other arteries connected to the heart and brain, thereby raising the potential for both stroke or heart attack; as well as amputations and other serious complications.


Timely identification and effective management of PAD play a pivotal role in addressing symptoms and mitigating the risk of severe complications.


Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Treatments

Four main medical practices are generally deal with the treatment of PAD. Within these specialties, the treatment options vary.


  • Vascular Surgery: May have the ability to treat PAD and other vascular issues using minimally invasive tools and techniques. May also address more seriously, by way of bypass or amputation.


  • Interventional Cardiology: May have the ability to treat PAD and other Coronary issues with minimally invasive tools and techniques.


  • Interventional Cardiology: May have the ability to treat PAD and other Coronary issues with minimally invasive tools and techniques. This specialty may also use diagnostics and therapies associated with other image-guided diagnostics; one example being cancer treatments.


  • Vascular Medicine: For PAD patients not requiring surgery, medical therapy – including walking programs and other strategies – may be used.


Anyone suffering from PAD may well employ the services of any or all of these specialists.

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About the Lawsuit

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), undergone a corrective procedure, and suffered any of the following complications or injuries, you may qualify for financial compensation. Fill out the form above to determine your eligibility.


  • Claudication or Severe Pain in the Leg(s)

  • Blood Clot(s) in the Leg(s)

  • Perforation of the Vein/Artery in the Leg(s)

  • Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI) – Severely Blocked Artery in the Leg(s)

  • Surgery to Correct Damage to the Leg or Legs AFTER You Underwent the Above Procedure(s)

  • Revascularization or Additional Procedure(s) to Open a Blocked Artery in the Leg(s)

  • Amputation(s)

  • Death due to complications from PAD

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