The IVC filter lawyer practice group at Bernstein Liebhard LLP is now evaluating product liability claims on behalf of individuals who may have suffered serious and life-threatening complications related to C.R. Bard, Inc.’s Recovery and G2 retrievable inferior vena cava (IVC) filters. C.R. Bard is already facing numerous lawsuits involving these products, and it’s likely that additional cases will be filed in the future. If you or a loved one suffered an injury or complication related to a retrievable IVC filter, please contact our office today in order to discuss our case with one of our attorneys.
C.R. Bard’s Recovery and IVC filters are implanted in the inferior vena cava, where they catch blood clots before the clots can reach the lungs and become a pulmonary embolism. The Recovery IVC filter was brought to market in 2003, and replaced with the G2 Filter System in 2005.
A growing number of lawsuits charge that C.R. Bard’s products are defectively designed, and pose a serious risk of injury to patients. Our IVC filter attorneys believe that these devices are prone to fracture and migration, which can result in:
In August 2015, all federally-filed IVC filter lawsuits involving C.R. Bard’s products were consolidated in a federal multidistrict litigation and transferred the U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, where coordinated pretrial proceedings will be overseen by a single federal judge.
The legal team at Bernstein Liebhard LLP has extensive experience representing the victims of defective medical products, and they understand the complex issues at the center of the C.R. Bard litigation. Our IVC filter lawyers and every member of our legal team will take all steps necessary to ensure that you receive appropriate compensation for out-of-pocket medical costs, lost wages and other damages related to your injuries.
We understand that many injured victims decline to take legal action because of cost concerns. Rest assured that if you do retain our Firm, you will not be charged any up-front attorneys fees or expenses unless we obtain a recovery on your behalf. Because Bernstein Liebhard LLP represents medical device plaintiffs s on a contingency basis, legal expenses paid to your Bard IVC filter attorney will be taken directly out of that recovery. If the case is unsuccessful, you will not be required to pay any fees at all.
If you’re ready to move forward with your claim, please contact an IVC lawyer today by calling Bernstein Liebhard LLP at . Your case will be evaluated at no cost or obligation to you, and a member of our legal staff will take the time to fully explain the requirements to join the litigation against C.R. Bard.