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Cordis and Cook IVC Lawsuit Settlement

IVC filters have been linked to an increased risk of fracture which can cause serious injury or death. Our law firm is focused on Cordis and Cook IVC filter cases.

The IVC filter lawsuits have been going on for a long time, too long. Our lawyers frequently get calls from people who are frustrated that their lawyer has “done nothing” to advance their case towards settlement. We also get calls from victims who cannot find a lawyer. This page gives you information if you have filed an IVC filter lawsuit or are thinking of filing such a claim.

IVC Blood Clot Filter Injuries and Settlements

IVC filter lawsuits claim C.R. Bard and Cook Medical’s devices were defective, making them more likely to fracture or perforate the inferior vena cava. In March 2018, Bard was ordered to pay a woman $3.6 million to settle an IVC filter case. Bard and Cook have agreed to individual IVC filter lawsuit settlements for undisclosed amounts.

Dallas Law Firm Files New IVC Filter Lawsuits

As lead IVC filter lawyer for the firm, Mr. Martin has been filing the firm’s federal cases for Cook IVC Filter clients under In re Cook Medical, Inc., IVC Filters Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2570. For the firm’s federal cases pertaining to Bard IVC Filters, those have been filed under In re Bard IVC Filters Product Liability, MDL No. 2641.

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