$3,600,000 verdict against CR Bard and Bard Peripheral Vascular
I am pleased to announce that my firm, along with a talented team of attorneys from other firms, were successful in obtaining a 3.6 million dollar verdict against CR Bard and Bard Peripheral Vascular. My client was severely injured by a Bard G2 filter when the filter failed in a multitude of ways, including breaking apart into several pieces. One of the pieces traveled to her heart requiring open heart surgery for removal. Another piece remains in her inferior vena cava wall as surgeons were unable to remove it. This case was the first case tried in the multi-district litigation pending in the federal district court of Arizona (home to Bard Peripheral Vascular).
There are over 3,000 cases filed in this multi-district litigation, and it is not too late to file a case if you have been injured by a Bard filter. If you currently have a Bard filter implanted, I urge you to undergo imaging studies to determine whether your filter has tilted, migrated, perforated any structures in your body or fractured. It is common to have these filter failures without experiencing any symptoms. If you would like to discuss a potential case, please contact me for a free consultation. Read More
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