On March 30, 2018, a federal jury in Arizona ordered C.R. Bard, Inc. to pay $3.6 million to a Georgia woman who suffered serious complications after the company's G2 inferior vena cava (IVC) filter fractured inside her body.
IVC FILTER UPDATE: Second Bard IVC Bellwether Case Moves Forward as MDL Judge Narrows the Issues for Trial
Currently, there are thousands of personal injury cases pending against Bard in the MDL and the first bellwether trial, Sherr-Una Booker v. C.R. Bard, Inc., et al., will soon be in the hands of an Arizona jury. Recently, District Judge David G. Campbell issued a ruling on Bard’s summary judgment motion that will define the issues for the second bellwether trial which is currently scheduled to begin on May 15, 2018.
Complications Associated with Bard’s Recovery IVC Filter May be Introduced in Upcoming Trial Concerning Bard’s G2 IVC Filter
On March 1, 2018, the Court ruled that evidence of the Bard Recovery IVC filter problems may be introduced during the first bellwether trial in multidistrict litigation 2641 (MDL 2641). The Court stated that it would be difficult to try the Booker case without evidence of the Recovery filter and the problems it encountered. Accordingly, Bard's motion to exclude the evidence was denied and reported problems with the Bard Recovery filter will be fair play in the Booker trial next week.
Oakland Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Reporting: Oakland Police Officer Makes Apparent False Statements After Causing Motorcycle Injury
In early 2017 Elliot Van Fleet was riding his motorcycle on 19th street in Oakland, wearing a helmet, and obeying all laws. As he crossed the intersection…