Videos and Resources | IVC Filter Lawsuits
Brian Eberstein holds medical device manufacturers accountable and gets results for clients. IVC Filters are medical devices that were intended to prevent blood clots from reaching the heart or lungs. IVC Filter usage has increased drastically over the last thirty years. The FDA is concerned that these retrievable IVC filters, intended for short-term use, are not always removed when the risk of pulmonary embolism has diminished. Patients who have had Bard®, Cook Medical®, or other retrievable IVC filters implanted, have legal recourse. For more information about these defective medical devices, see the videos below.
IVC Filter Education
In this video you will learn about what IVC Filters are used for and the current state of litigation. In many states there are still cases pending regarding IVC Filters and their complications.
Nearly 1,000 adverse affects from IVC filters have been reported to the FDA since 2005. If you have suffered complications from your IVC filter, call Brian Eberstein today.
NBC Nightly News IVC Filter
NBC Nightly News follows the story of one patient who received the Recovery blood clot filter manufactured by Bard. A piece of the filter broke off and pierced her heart.