A lawsuit has been filed by a woman who has an IVC Filter permanently embedded in her body because it is too dangerous to remove.
A woman who was injured by a G2® vein filter has filed a lawsuit against C.R. Bard, joining a federal litigation in Arizona that now involves nearly 6,000 similar lawsuits.
A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a man who was severely injured by a defective blood clot filter manufactured by C.R. Bard.
A jury in Indiana has awarded $3 million in compensation to a woman who was injured by an IVC filter manufactured by Cook Medical.
A lawsuit has been filed by a man from Pennsylvania who was injured by a defective G2® blood clot filter manufactured by C.R. Bard.
A woman from Nevada has joined a federal IVC filter injury litigation against C.R. Bard that now involves over 5,700 similar lawsuits.
A lawsuit was filed by a woman whose IVC Filter became embedded, punctured her vein and her intestines, fractured, and a broken piece was left in her body after the rest of the filter was removed.
A lawsuit has been filed by a woman whose IVC Filter could not be removed because it was tilted, embedded, and punctured her vein.
A lawsuit has been filed against Cordis Corporation by a group of 12 people who were injured by defective TrapEase® or OptEase® Vena Cava Filters.
A Texas woman has filed a lawsuit after her "removable" IVC Filter could not be removed because it tilted, became embedded in her vein, and clogged with blood clots.