Cook Medical is facing a centralized federal litigation involving over 3,800 IVC Filter lawsuits. The latest case was filed by a man in Tennessee who was injured by the Günther Tulip® IVC Filter.
A man from Missouri who was injured by an inferior vena cava filter manufactured by Cook Medical has filed a lawsuit after suffering serious injuries.
A woman who was injured by the Günther Tulip® blood clot filter has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer, Cook Medical LLC.
A woman who was injured by an Inferior Vena Cava Filter has joined over 2,300 people who have filed lawsuits against Cook Medical for selling a defective medical device and downplaying risks.
Lawsuits accuse Cook Medical of failing to warn about complications that can make it impossible to remove a "retrievable" Günther Tulip® IVC filter. Studies show that 43% puncture the vein within 14 months and nearly all are tilted during retrieval...