A woman from Louisiana has filed a lawsuit after her Günther Tulip® IVC Filter malfunctioned and caused serious injuries.
A man who was injured by an IVC Filter manufactured by Cook Medical has filed a lawsuit against the company for negligence.
A lawsuit has been filed against Cook Medical by a woman who was injured by an inferior vena cava filter for catching blood clots and preventing pulmonary embolisms (blood clots in the lungs).
A woman from Nevada has filed a lawsuit against Cook Medical for injuries caused by the Günther Tulip® blood clot filter.
A woman from Missouri who was implanted with a Günther Tulip® IVC Filter has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer, Cook Medical.
A man from Ohio has joined thousands of people throughout the United States who have filed IVC Filter lawsuits against Cook Medical.
A woman from Ohio has filed an IVC Filter lawsuit accusing Cook Medical of selling a dangerous medical device and failing to warn about risks.
A lawsuit has been filed against Cook Medical by a man who was injured by an IVC Filter that is linked to a 43% risk of vein perforations.
Cook Medical's IVC Filters are supposed to save lives by catching blood clots, but studies have found high rates of vein perforations and other devastating side effects.
Thousands of lawsuits have been filed against Cook Medical for failing to warn about severe IVC Filter side effects, including irregular heart rhythm and sudden death.