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How Much Does It Cost To Hire a Vena Cava Filter Attorney to Pursue an Injury Lawsuit?

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The product liability attorneys at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. handle all Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) filter injury lawsuits under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there are never any out-of-pocket costs paid by our clients, and there are no attorney fees or expenses paid unless a recovery is obtained.

Potential cases are being reviewed for individuals throughout the United States who may be entitled to financial compensation as a result of an injury caused after an inferior vena cava filter fractured, migrated or caused other complications.

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Potential claims are being reviewed for:

Inferior vena cava filter injury settlements may be available as a result of the medical device makers’ failure to adequately warn consumers and the medical community about risk of problems associated with the small filters breaking or moving out of position, as well as failing to advise the removal of IVC filters once they are no longer necessary.

C.R. Bard and Cook Medical generate substantial profits from vena cava filters each year, and will devote substantial resources to minimizing the amount of money that will be paid to individuals injured by their implants.

Through the use of contingency fees, our IVC filter attorneys at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. help level the playing field against these global medical device companies, providing the highest quality of representation to our clients and access to the best experts available – regardless of an individual’s financial resources.

About Our IVC Filter Law Firm

Saiontz & Kirk is a nationally known personal injury law firm, dedicated to the sole purpose of representing those seriously injured as a result of another person or corporation’s negligence.

Our attorneys only represent people who have been injured. We do not defend insurance companies or large corporations, and we have the experience and resources necessary to go up against large pharmaceutical companies and win. We have developed a reputation for making sure our clients obtain the financial compensation they deserve.

Vena Cava filter problems can result in serious and potentially life-threatening injury, with pieces of the device potentially traveling to the heart and piercing it or causing fatal blockages. In addition, when the filters migrate or break, they are no longer doing their job, and the doctor and patient may be unaware that the patient has no protection against blood clots.

Potential lawsuits are being reviewed by the vena cava filter injury attorneys at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. for individuals throughout the United States who have required medical treatment after experiencing complications, such as:

  • IVC Filters Fracturing Or Migrating
  • Perforation of the Heart, Lungs, Vena Cava Or Other Organs
  • Cardiac or Pericardial Tamponade
  • Ventrical Tachycardia
  • Persistent Chest Pain or Shortness of Breath

To review a case for yourself, a friend or family member, call our law firm toll free at 1-800-522-0102 or contact our IVC filter attorneys by completing an on-line case evaluation form.

After obtaining a free consultation and case review, if you decide to hire our injury attorneys to pursue your vena cava filter lawsuit, your case will be pursued with the energy and devotion you deserve, since our law firm also has a financial interest in making sure you obtain the maximum settlement or financial recovery possible.

Austin Kirk

Last Updated August 6, 2015
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