Do you have an IVC Filter?

You may be entitled to compensation -





The IVC filter lawsuits being filed this year (2017) claim the manufacturers of these medical devices were negligent in their design, which are experiencing a high failure rate and causing internal bleeding, organ damage, chronic pain, and possibly even death.


What is an IVC Filter?

It's a spider-like device which is implanted in arteries to prevent blood clots from reaching a patient’s lungs. A pulmonary embolism can cause permanent damage to the lungs and in severe cases, may even result in death.

How Do I Know if I have an IVC Filter?


Our legal team will do all of the work needed to obtain your medical records.  This information will tell us if you have an IVC Filter, and if so, what brand.


What are the Complications Associated with IVC Filters?

  • Fracture of the IVC Filter

  • IVC Filter Migration

  • Perforation, Puncture or Serious Damage to the Heart, Lungs or Vena Cava

  • Internal Bleeding

  • Cardiac or Pericardial Tamponade

  • Ventricle Tachycardia

  • Lower Limb DVT

  • Hematoma or Nerve Injury at the Puncture Site

  • Constant and Severe Pain in the Heart, Chest or Elsewhere in the Body

  • Pulmonary Embolism

  • Respiratory Distress

  • Infection

  • Shortness of Breath

  • Other Serious Injury and Death

What if I Haven't Hade Any Problems With My IVC Filter?


Unfortunately, the failure rate of these devices is so high that we expect most of them to fail at some point.  Because of this high failure rate you may have a claim even if your IVC Filter hasn't yet failed. 


Please call us immediately at 1-888-310-0443 so we can evaluate your case and determine whether you may have a viable claim. 



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