PA Jury Awards $33M IVC Filter Trial
A Philadelphia jury has awarded more than $33 million to a woman who was injured as a result of a defectively designed blood filter.
The jury in the case, captioned Reed-Brown v. Rex Medical, awarded plaintiff Tracy Reed-Brown $1,045,764 million in future medical expenses and $2,322,650 million in future pain and suffering. The jury also found that defendant Rex Medical’s conduct merited a punitive damages award, and, following an abbreviated argument session, awarded an additional $30,315,726 in punitive damages.
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