Bard Eclipse IVC Filter Lawsuit Set For Second Bellwether Trial to Begin May 15

https://www.aboutlawsuits.com/bard-eclipse-bellwether-trial-set-142317/Following a $3.6 million verdict in the first IVC filter bellwether case to go before a jury last month,

C.R. Bard is set to face another trial next month, involving a complaint that alleges a Bard Eclipse Vena Cava Filter fractured and caused a woman to …

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First IVC Filter Lawsuit Results in $3.6 Million Award

http://injurylawyer-news.com/2018/04/first-ivc-filter-lawsuit-results-in-3-6-million-award/Booker’s product liability lawsuit is one of more than 3,500 claims that have been centralized into a multidistrict litigation (MDL).

The MDL is proceeding in the District of Arizona. Judge David G. Campbell is presiding.

The U.S. Judicial Panel on …

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IVC Filter Strut Embolism Risk Highlighted In Case Report

https://www.aboutlawsuits.com/ivc-filter-strut-embolism-case-report-142639/The report describes problems similar to those outlined in many IVC filter lawsuits being pursued by individuals nationwide, which allege that manufacturers sold defective and unreasonably dangerous products in recent years, which are prone to fracture or …

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5 Replies to “Bard Eclipse IVC Filter Lawsuit Set For Second Bellwether Trial to Begin May 15”

  1. My brother had one of these crazy filters put in a couple years ago and it broke apart and now he has shards from it floating around in his body.

    Several of the shards have already perforated through his artery and into some surrounding organs and one is either in or right near his heart and surgeons are afraid to remove it saying he might not survive the procedure.

  2. Are big pharmaceutical companies ever going to step up, be responsible, do the right thing and put people before profits?

    I am so sick of hearing about these multi-billion dollar defective medical device and pharmaceutical class action lawsuits because it seems like almost every time, the truth comes out that manufacturers always knew their products are faulty, but they just pay off the FDA and get approval anyway.

    The whole system seems corrupt!

    1. Same here. We’ve been funding on these types of cases since 2003 and, not only do they show no sign of slowing down, they actually seem to be increasing each year and getting more and more costly too.

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