Bard G2X IVC Filter

The Bard G2X IVC filter was designed to by used by patients with deep vein thrombosis in their legs in order to prevent clots from migrating to their heart, lungs, or brain. However, the filter was not approved by the FDA as it was determined to be similar enough to previous models that it was cleared for sale without the typical FDA oversight. While the original model the filter was based on – the Recovery – was removed from the market in 2005 by Bard, the G2X remained in use. Bard has since halted manufacturing and distribution of the G2X in the United States though.

There are multiple serious complications that are related to these Bard models. If you or a loved one have suffered complications due to the installation of a Bard 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:

  • Bard G2X IVC Filter Lawsuit LawyersVena cava perforation
  • Filter fracture
  • Filter migration
  • Filter tilting
  • Filter breaking
  • Death

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.

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  • No money to start your claim
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