Mississippi IVC Filter Case Filed
A Mississippi woman filed a Bard IVC filter case in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Mississippi, Oxford Division. Tonya Munson's case against C.R. Bard was originally filed Dec. 31, 2014. (See: Munson

Cook IVC Filter Attorney

Cook IVC Filter Attorney
The Cook Group Inc. faces at least 100 lawsuits over its blood clot filters.  Patients from around the country have filed lawsuits against Bloomington, Indiana-based Cook.  Lawsuits allege the company’s blood-clot filters have broken apart,
No Evidence Blood Clot Filters Help
The Journal of the American Medical Association pointed out in March 2013 that IVC blood clot filters are widely used despite a dearth of efficacy evidence. Some 250,000 Americans get a Bard IVC filter
Bard Recovery Blood Clot Filter Flawed
The maker of a medical device implanted in thousands of Americans at risk for blood clots may have misled the FDA, the public, and doctors about the device's potentially fatal flaws. The Bard Recovery
The Bard Recovery blood clot filter has been linked to a 40% risk of filter fracture after five years.  NBC News revealed the Recovery may have a fatal flaw.  The blood clot filter also
IVC Filter Lawyers want multi district court
IVC filter lawyers want a multi district court to handle litigation involving Bard IVC filters. Twelve plaintiffs' law firms, including Matthews & Associates, petitioned the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) to centralize
IVC Filters fail to improve Anticoagulant Therapy
A study published in Medscape April 2015 suggests retrievable inferior vena cava (IVC) filters fail to further improve outcomes in patients with severe acute pulmonary embolism, if those patients already receive anticoagulation therapy. The