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Tag Archives: Tennessee IVC Filter Attorneys


Jury Orders C.F. Bard to Pay $3.6 Million in IVC Filter Case

By John Willis |

There are currently thousands of defective medical device lawsuits pending against C.R. Bard, Inc., the New Jersey-based manufacturer of IVC filters. An IVC filter is supposed to “catch” blood clots in the body before they travel up a person’s inferior vena cava and cause a potentially fatal pulmonary embolism. However, many patients have suffered… Read More »

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IVC Filter Manufacturer Cordis Faces Florida Lawsuits

By John Willis |

Personal injury claims related to IVC filters continue to mount throughout the country. We previously discussed the thousands of complaints pending against C.R. Bard before a federal court in Arizona. But Bard is not the only IVC filter manufacturer facing scrutiny over its products. OptEase, TrapEase Filters Allegedly “Fail at Alarming Rates” Florida-based Cordis… Read More »

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Judge Schedules “Bellwether” IVC Filter Case for Trial in March 2018

By John Willis |

There are currently over 3,000 product liability lawsuits pending against the manufacturers of inferior vena cava (IVC) filters. IVC filters are metallic devices used to prevent blood clots from traveling from the lower body to the heart and lungs, i.e. causing a pulmonary embolism. While IVC filters were originally designed as permanent implants, the… Read More »

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