A man from Arizona who was injured when his IVC Filter tilted and became embedded in his vein has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturers, Rex Medical and Argon Medical Devices.
A man from California has filed a lawsuit after he required multiple surgeries to remove an IVC Filter that tilted, migrated, and became embedded in his vein.
A woman from Michigan has filed a lawsuit after her IVC filter tilted, embedded itself in her vein, broke into pieces, and required multiple medical procedures in an attempt to remove it from her body.
A woman who was injured by a blood clot filter ("IVC Filter") manufactured by Cook Medical has filed a lawsuit accusing the company of selling a defective medical device.
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 man from Indiana has filed a lawsuit after his "retrievable" IVC Filter was unable to be removed because it tilted and got stuck in his vein.
An Arizona woman filed a lawsuit after her IVC Filter tilted and punctured her vein within 2 years of being implanted in her body for the prevention of blood clots in her lungs (pulmonary embolism).
A man who was injured by a blood clot filter manufactured by C.R. Bard has filed a lawsuit accusing the company of selling a defective medical device and failing to warn about safety risks.
A woman who required a complex retrieval procedure because her IVC Filter became embedded in her vein has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturers for selling a defective and dangerous device.
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.