Breast Implant Litigation and Lawsuits

The Law Offices of Fenstersheib & Berkowitz is a firm with the goal of helping clients through out the United States and dedicated to the representation of class action claims involving defective medical products, including breast implant lawsuits resulting from problems with breast implants. We are committed to help those who, through no fault of their own, were injured by an unsafe or defective device or product. Our team of lawyers and legal professionals represent claimants throughout the United States.

We Are No Longer Accepting MDL-926 Claims

Breast Implant litigation lawyers

 

December 15, 2010 First Time Claim Filings:

The Revised Settlement Program (RSP) officially closed on December 15th 2010, and is no longer accepting any NEW Disease Claim filings. 

If you have received a deficiency letter in 2011 or 2012 in response to a claim filed timely by the December 15 deadline, we may be able to assist you in curing these deficiencies. If you did  receive a deficiency letter from the Claims Office in 2011 or 2012 for your Long Term Benefit Disease Claim for: General Connective Tissue Symptoms (GCTS),

  • Scleroderma (SS),
  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE),
  • Polymositis/Dermatomyositis (PM)

You only have one (1) year from the date of the deficiency letter to cure the required deficiencies for claim approval. Therefore if your GCTS, SLE, SS, and/or PM/DM claim(s) remains deficient on the date of your deficiency letter, it will be denied and you will not be eligible for GCTS, SLE, SS, and/or PM/DM benefits.

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Robert J. Fenstersheib

With a life-long concern for people in need of help, has kept Robert in a legal career dedicated to representing victims of accidents. Robert Fenstersheib and his law firm have successfully represented thousands of accident victims over the years.

Sheryl Berkowitz

Sheryl has successfully represented many women throughout the United States, enabling many women to attain settlements for breast implant complications, including very serious diseases they have developed after their initial breast implantation such as Lupus, Scleroderma and General Connective Tissue Disease.