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IVC Filters

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Were you injured by an inferior vena cava (IVC) filter implant?
Many individuals underwent IVC filter implantation to prevent blood clots from moving into the lungs. IVC filters were designed to stop clots from traveling through the blood stream into the lungs, posing a risk of serious injury.

However, many individuals are reporting adverse events associated with the filter, such as:

  • Punctured Organs
  • Punctured Blood Vessels
  • Filter Migration
  • Filter Prongs Breaking Off


Many individuals who experienced adverse events associated with the IVC filters experienced the following side effects:
  • Severe Pain
  • Bleeding
  • Blood Clots
  • Other Serious Injury
  • Death

In 2010 alone, the FDA says that it received more than 900 reports of IVC filter injuries and adverse events, mostly comprising device migrations.

Those reports included, in descending order:

  • IVC Filter Migration
  • Blood Clots in the Lungs
  • Organ Perforation
  • IVC Filters Breaking

If you or someone you know suffered adverse side effects after receiving the IVC filter implant, we invite you to contact us today to discuss your potential financial recovery!

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