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New Bard G2 IVC filter complaints surface

Posted on October 7, 2015 2:24 pm under Product Liability

Recent complaints regarding the controversial Bard G2 IVC filter have begun to surface after the device caused injury to several patients. An Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) filter is a medical device that filters blood clots, preventing them from reaching the lungs and causing pulmonary embolism.

Kevin Gross from North Wales, Pennsylvania filed an IVC filter lawsuit against manufacturer C.R. Bard. He claimed that he suffered vein perforation from the vena cava filter and has since needed intensive surgery. The complication threatened Gross’s life and caused a great deal of unnecessary suffering on his part.

Another recent complaint in Georgia involves Mary and James Duffie. The couple join dozens of other complaints regarding the Bard G2 IVC filter system in claiming they have sustained serious injuries from the filter, causing physical, mental, and financial damage.

If you have a Bard G2 IVC filter and have dealt with unnecessary medical procedures or injury, do not hesitate to consult with the legal team of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® about your case. Our personal injury and product liability attorneys understand what an immense burden unexpected medical bills can be, and we want to help you pursue your claim to financial compensation. Contact our Wisconsin offices today by calling (414) 271-0900.