The Bard Eclipse IVC filter was introduced in 2010 as a nearly identical model to the Bard G2X filter. The only difference between the Eclipse and G2X is that the Eclipse is electropolished. As a retrievable filter, the filter was included in the FDA Safety Communication of 2010 in which an announcement of hundreds of adverse events had been reported. These events were often related to the filters not being removed after the risk of pulmonary embolism subsided.
There are multiple serious complications that are related to the Bard Eclipse. If you or a loved one have suffered complications due to the installation of a Bard Eclipse IVC filter, you are encouraged to contact our legal team. You may be able to file a lawsuit against Bard to receive compensation for injuries suffered. The complications caused by IVC filter systems include:
- Vena cava perforation
- Filter fracture
- Filter migration
- Filter tilting
- Filter breaking
Contact Our IVC Filter Lawsuit Lawyers
Our defective medical device attorneys can help if you or someone you care about was harmed by an IVC filter. Lawsuits are currently being investigated against the device makers by both patients and their families, seeking compensation for injuries caused. You may be entitled to a settlement award.
No Fees Unless You Win An IVC Filter Settlement
You can afford to have our great team of lawyers on your side. We promise you in writing:
- No money to start your claim
- No money to pay case costs and expenses
- No legal fees whatsoever unless you receive a settlement
- Phone calls are always free
Start Your IVC Filter Lawsuit
To contact our IVC filter lawsuit lawyers now, you can:
- Submit the Free Case Review Box on this page, or
- Call (866) 280-4722 any time of day to tell us about your case!