A group of 21 people have filed a lawsuit against Cordis Corporation for a variety of severe side effects caused by the TrapEase® or OptEase® blood clot filters.
A woman from Pennsylvania has filed a lawsuit after her IVC Filter fractured, and the broken piece became embedded in her spine.
A man from Pennsylvania has filed a lawsuit against C.R. Bard after his Eclipse® IVC Filter fractured into 3 pieces and migrated, but his doctors were only able to remove 2 of the pieces in multiple surgeries.
A lawsuit has been filed against Cordis Corporation by a group of 7 people who were injured by the OptEase® or TrapEase® Vena Cava Filter ("IVC Filter").
A woman from Arizona has filed a lawsuit after her "retrievable" IVC Filter tilted, became embedded in her vein, and could not be removed.
A man from Alabama has filed a lawsuit after his Argon Option™ ELITE blood clot filter tilted, became embedded, perforated his vein, and could not be removed with surgery.
The surviving family members of a man who died of complications related to an IVC Filter that migrated to his heart has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturers for selling a dangerous medical device.