IVC Filter Lawsuit Loans

An IVC Filter is a small, metal device designed to stop a blood clot from traveling to the lungs. FDA reports and clinical studies that link these defective medical devices to complications. The most popular brands of IVC Filters include;

  • G2 Express filter
  • Bard G2 filter
  • Recovery filter
  • Cook Celect filter
  • Boston Scientific Greenfield filter

The major problems that come from IVC Filters are, vein perforation and migration and breakage. These injuries have lead people to file lawsuits against device manufacturers.

Uplift Legal Funding provides IVC Filter lawsuit loans nationwide. If you are in need of money for your active IVC Filter case you can qualify for a pre-settlement loan. Uplift Relief offers 24 hour approval, competitive terms and the following benefits;

  • Zero monthly and upfront fees.
  • No credit or job history check.
  • Risk free – no payback if you lose your case.
  • Lowest rate in the industry.

IVC Filter Lawsuit Loans Qualifications

Qualifying with Uplift Legal Funding is very easy. Our goal is to get you approved no matter how difficult your case may be. If you have an active lawsuit and hired a lawyer you may qualify. Also, the following side effects will qualify you as well;

  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Chest pain or loss of breath
  • Heart damage
  • Fracture

At Uplift we use a simple three step process for applications;

  • 1 –  apply online or call us at (800) 385-3660
  • 2 – We will call your lawyer to learn more about your case
  • 3 – If approved, we will fund your loan in 24 hours or less

Adverse effects of IVC Filters and Lawsuit Settlements

In 2010, the FDA announced a safety alert regarding IVC Filters. The FDA had 921 reports of adverse events from 2005-2010. Reports involved;

  • Device migration in 35% of cases
  • Filter perforation
  • Filter fracture
  • Detached device parts

These devices are only needed for short periods of time. However, the FDA reports concern about the devices staying in patients long after PE risks.

Many IVC Filter lawsuits claim negligence, failure to warn, design defects, breach of implied warranty and misrepresentation on part of the companies. There are many class action law suits against Cook Medical and Boston Scientific. Many of these cases are still pending trial or settlement.

Uplift Legal Funding Can Help

The lawsuit process for a IVC Filter case can take years to settle. It is very difficult to compete with major pharmaceutical companies that spend millions of dollars on legal defense. You do not have to suffer from the financial difficulties when dealing with your case. Uplift will help you get IVC Filter lawsuit loans to help you manage your finances while your case settles.

Call us today at (800) 385-3660 or apply online to start the lawsuit loan process. To learn more about personal injury legal funding, read-through our legal funding guide.