About Us

Breast Implant Cancer Advocates is a resource center designed to provide important, easy-to-understand information for women impacted by breast implant cancer (BIA-ALCL), as well as their families and loved ones. Our mission is to provide both up-to-date information about BIA-ALCL and legal resources to help those affected by BIA-ALCL navigate what comes next.

About The Breast Implant Cancer Advocates

Founded in 2018, Breast Implant Cancer Advocates was created by a team of legal professionals. These men and women have 40 years of firsthand experience in taking action against the large, multinational corporations that have taken advantage of consumers and failed to warn of the potential hazards associated with their products. Our team is devoted to educating women and their loved ones about BIA-ALCL.

With proper warnings, adequate testing and diligent aftermarket research, many cases of BIA-ALCL may have been prevented. If you have been diagnosed with BIA-ALCL, you have the right to know why this happened to you, how it could have been prevented and what your legal options are regarding breast implant cancer lawsuits.

Our team aims to empower women and their loved ones who have been affected by BIA-ALCL to begin the legal process and start down the road toward justice and recovery. Pursuing a lawsuit may result in compensation that could help BIA-ALCL patients and their families.

How The Breast Implant Cancer Advocates Can Help

Breast Implant Cancer Advocates has nearly four decades’ worth of legal experience representing women and families in injury cases resulting from defective medical devices and failure to warn.

We have worked with many families affected by cancer to help them find answers to their legal and injury questions. We have helped women and their loved ones take the next steps toward getting the financial compensation they need to plan for their future.

Our legal team is made up of thoughtful, caring and knowledgeable case managers and attorneys who strive to make a positive difference in the lives of others. We have assisted people across the country in getting the legal support they need to move their claims successfully through the court system.

What to Expect When You Reach Out to Breast Implant Cancer Advocates

Whether you contact us by phone, our contact form or through our live chat, you will be speaking with patient advocates who can answer questions about your rights and help you understand the cause(s) of your breast implant cancer. If evidence shows that your cancer diagnosis was a result of your breast implants, a settlement or judgment may be able to help your family with the ongoing costs of medical care as you move along the road to recovery.

A breast implant cancer diagnosis can be frustrating and anxiety-inducing, and you may feel helpless or alone. While the legal process may seem like another overly complicated and time-consuming pursuit on top of everything else you are going through, the professionals at Breast Implant Cancer Advocates are here to help ease your mind. Our patient advocates are available to listen to you and to discuss with you a variety of concerns.

If you have been diagnosed with BIA-ALCL, it was the result of your breast implants—and it never should have happened. Call or chat with us today. Our dedicated team is committed to helping you get the justice and compensation you may deserve.

Contact the Breast Implant Cancer Advocates at 855-589-9577 or you can contact us today for a completely free legal case review.

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Breast Implant Cancer Advocates

Founded in 2018 by a team of legal professionals, Breast Implant Cancer Advocates was created to provide resources, guidance and support to all women who have been affected by breast implant cancer, or BIA-ALCL. Only through a team effort can your life be once again placed on the right track toward a brighter—and, we hope, cancer-free—future. We are dedicated to the women we support and pride ourselves on providing you with the best resources and legal information available.

Last modified: December 15, 2018