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How Do I Join A Class Action Lawsuit for IVC Blood Clot Filter Problems?

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Individuals throughout the United States may be entitled to financial compensation through an IVC filter class action lawsuit, wrongful death lawsuit or individual injury lawsuit as result of problems caused by the small filters implanted to catch blood clots.

As a result of dangerous and potentially life-threatening design defects, cases are being reviewed for individuals who have experienced problems like:

  • Fracture or Migration of the IVC Filter
  • Perforation of the Heart, Lung, Vena Cava or Other Tissue
  • Cardiac or Pericardial Tamponade
  • Ventrical Tachycardia
  • Persistent Chest Pain or Shortness of Breath

Free consultations are provided by the IVC filter lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. to help determine whether individuals may be eligible to join the litigation. All cases are handlged on a contingency fee basis, which means that there are never any out-of-pocket costs and there are no fees or expenses charged unless a recovery is obtained.

To begin the process of determining whether you, a friend or family member may be eligible to pursue an IVC filter settlement for problems with the blood clot filters, request a free consultation and claim evaluation by calling our law firm toll free at 1 (800) 522-0102 or by completing our on-line request form.

Steps in an IVC filter Case Evaluation

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Saiontz & Kirk, PA, Attorneys & Lawyers, Baltimore, MD

Claims are being reviewed for individuals who may have received several different types of blood clot filters, including potential:

Contacting Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. for a free consultation and IVC filter claim review does not create an obligation to hire our law firm. After speaking with our lawyers, if it is determined that you or your family may be entitled to join a individual case or class action for IVC filter, it remains your decision whether to form an attorney-client relationship and move forward with a lawsuit.

As part of the case evaluation, you will be put in touch with a member of our legal team to review the facts and circumstances surrounding your potential claim, so that we may determine whether a link can be established in court between IVC filter and a complication injury that resulted in hospitalization or death.

You will have an opportunity to speak with one of our IVC filter class action lawyers to review any questions or concerns you may have. Often we are able to make a determination during the initial consultation about whether it is recommended that you or your family move forward with a case.

In some circumstances, it is necessary for additional details to be reviewed with our IVC filter litigation committee before we are able to agree to move forward with your case.

Class Action vs. Injury Lawsuit for IVC filter

Most of the injury claims being pursued by the lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. will be handled as individual product liability lawsuits, as opposed to being part of a class action.

While many people refer these “mass-tort” claims as an IVC filter class action, since a large number of people are pursuing an injury or wrongful death lawsuits over the same product, there are important differences.

Class action claims over IVC filters may be pursued for medical monitoring or recovery of certain damages that are consistent across a class of individuals. However, those who have suffered serious complications may be entitled to substantial compensation to settle IVC filter claims, and the amount of those damages will vary depending on the specific circumstances of the case. Therefore, such cases will not be litigated through one class representative.

To make sure that you, a friend or family member are properly protected, it is important to have experienced injury lawyers on your side. To learn more about what legal options may be available, contact Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. today for a free consultation.

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Austin Kirk

Last Updated August 13, 2015
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