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.
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.
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.
A lawsuit has been filed against C.R. Bard by a woman from Ohio who was injured by an allegedly defective G2® IVC Filter.
Cook Medical LLC is accused of failing to warn about severe side effects of an allegedly defective Günther Tulip® blood clot filter.
A man who was injured by a defective vein filter has filed a lawsuit accusing Cook Medical of negligence.
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.
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.
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.