Tag: ivc filter
A New IVC Filter Removal Device Approved by FDA
The FDA approved a new device to remove Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filters after previous attempts at removing the filter have failed.
Juries Award $7 Million in Streak of IVC Filter Lawsuit Victories
In the past 90 days, juries awarded nearly $7 million in a streak of victories for 3 people who were injured by Inferior Vena Cava Filters ("IVC Filters") made by C.R. Bard.
Jury Awards $3.3 Million in Bard IVC Filter Lawsuit
A unanimous jury in Wisconsin awarded $3.3 million to a woman who was injured by a Bard Meridian® IVC Filter that broke into pieces.
IVC Filter Trial Ends in $33 Million Jury Verdict in Philadelphia
A jury in Philadelphia has ordered Rex Medical to pay $33 million to a woman who was injured by an Option® retrievable vena cava filter.
IVC Filter Lawsuit Accuses C.R. Bard of Negligence
A lawsuit has been filed against C.R. Bard by a woman from Ohio who was injured by an allegedly defective G2® IVC Filter.
Lawsuit Accuses Cook Medical of Failure to Warn of IVC Filter Risks
Cook Medical LLC is accused of failing to warn about severe side effects of an allegedly defective Günther Tulip® blood clot filter.
IVC Filter Lawsuit Accuses Cook Medical of Negligence
A man who was injured by a defective vein filter has filed a lawsuit accusing Cook Medical of negligence.
Intravenous Filter Lawsuit Filed Against Cook Medical
A lawsuit has been filed against Cook Medical by a woman from California who was injured by a defective blood clot filter in her vein.
Woman Injured by Blood Clot Filter Files Lawsuit Against Cook Medical
A woman who was injured by a metal filter that was implanted in her vein to catch blood clots has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer.
Lawsuit Filed by Man Injured by Filter Designed to Catch Blood Clots
A lawsuit has been filed against Cook Medical by a man who was injured by a metal filter that was implanted in his vein to catch blood clots and prevent a pulmonary embolism.