IVC Filter Lawsuits
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An IVC blood clot filter is a cone-shaped wire device designed to catch blood clots before entering the lungs in order to prevent a pulmonary embolism. An IVC blood clot filter is implanted in the inferior vena cava (IVC). The IVC is a large vein that carries blood from the lower half of the body back to the heart.
Side Effects & Complications
Serious side effects and complications may arise after having an IVC blood clot filter implanted. Many of the side effects are believed to be due to design defects with certain IVC filter devices. Side effects and complications from these devices may include:
- A fractured device, or pieces of the device break off;
- Filter migration;
- Filter embolization;
- Perforation or puncturing of the vena cava, heart, or lungs;
- Deep vein thrombosis; and/or,
- Chest pain.
Call us today to speak with one of our knowledgeable mass tort attorneys in Oxford and Tupelo to find out if you are eligible for compensation.
Certain manufacturers of IVC blood clot filters knew about the defects in the IVC blood clot filter devices they made. Those companies intentionally hid the defects and sold the product to the public anyway. Now, persons implanted with an IVC blood clot filter face potential health complications, uncertainty, and emotional distress. These companies must be held accountable for needlessly endangering the public. Our defective product lawyers in Tupelo can help you hold them responsible both legally and financially. Brad Morris Law Firm, PLLC is committed to holding these big pharmaceutical companies accountable for these defective products. If you or someone you know has been implanted with an IVC blood clot filter, contact us today. Brad Morris Law Firm, PLLC will immediately start a claim. Even if a person implanted with an IVC filter has not had any complications from the device, they may still be eligible for compensation. There is a high risk of future injury
from the device, so that must be considered.