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.
A man from Illinois who was injured by a defective blood clot filter has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer, C.R. Bard, for failing to warn about severe side effects.
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.
A man who required open-heart surgery when his Cordis IVC Filter migrated to his heart within 6 days of implantation has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturers for selling a defective medical device.
A woman who required emergency open-heart surgery to remove several broken pieces of an OptEase IVC filter has filed a lawsuit against Cordis Corporation and Johnson & Johnson in Illinois.
A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a man who died of a cardiac arrest and a bilateral pulmonary embolism (blood clots in both lungs) as a result of his Option™ ELITE IVC Filter failing to catch blood clots.
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.
A lawsuit has been filed by a man from Oklahoma who suffered multiple retrieval attempts because his IVC Filter tilted and embedded in the wall of his vein within 7 months of implantation in his body.