Plaintiffs injured by the IVC Filter device are now eligible for pre-settlement loans from Nova Legal Funding. Also known as lawsuit loans, pre-settlement funding allows victims implanted with defective IVC Filters to obtain instant cash while they wait for their cases to settle.
If you’ve hired a lawyer and suffered damages, you’re eligible for a risk-free lawsuit loan from Nova. Eligible clients can benefit from zero upfront fees, no credit checks, and 24-hour approvals. Our funding is risk-free: you repay nothing if you end up losing the case.
An IVC filter is a small metal device designed to stop blood clots. Doctors implant IVC Filters into the patient’s vena cava, a large vein that carries deoxygenated blood into the heart. Unfortunately, patients and physicians nationwide quickly realized many IVC Filters were defective. Their concerns were confirmed when the FDA reported clinical studies linking IVC Filters to serious side effects causing serious injuries and even death.
The FDA continued issuing warnings to doctors demanding they remove the IVC filters once the danger of the blood cloth had passed. Things got worse when patients and their doctors across the country began reporting that filters were breaking free, traveling through the body, and causing puncture wounds and internal bleeding.
Victims nationwide were seriously injured by the fall brands of Filters:
- G2 Express filter
- Bard G2 filter
- Cook Celect filter
- Boston Scientific Greenfield filter
If you have an active case and have hired a lawyer, we can help get you funding today. To get started give us a call 800-760-0704 or apply online.
How to Qualify for a Pre-Settlement Loan on Your IVC Filter Lawsuit
Unlike bank loans, obtaining an advance on your pending lawsuit is simple — especially with Nova Legal Funding. All you need to qualify for a pre-settlement loan is IVC filter lawsuit settlement loans that have been injured by the IVC Filter device, and to have hired a law firm to represent you.
The strength and total estimated dollar worth of your case will determine the amount of funding you will qualify for. Obviously, the higher your case value, the larger advance you can get.
How can you tell the value of your IVC Filter case? We can learn that by contacting your law firm and learning more about your case. Generally speaking, though, the value of one’s IVC Filter case mostly depends on the extent of the damages and side effects sustained by the Plaintiff.
In order to qualify for an advance with Nova, you must have sustained any of the following side effects:
- Fracturing, or the breaking apart of the filter
- Cardiac tamponade
- Ventrical tachycardia
- Shortness of breath
- Persistant chest pain
- Vena Cava puncture wounds
If you’re still unsure whether your case will qualify, you can always call toll-free and speak with a live funding specialist at 800-760-0704.
Adverse Effects of IVC Filters and Lawsuit Settlements
In 2010, the U.S. FDA announced a safety alert regarding IVC Filters The FDA had 921 reports of adverse events from 2005-2010. Reports involved;
- Device migration 35% of cases
- Filter perforation
- Filter fracture
- Detach 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 lawsuits against IVC Filters claim negligence, failure to warn, design defects, breach of an implied warranty, and misrepresentation on part of the companies. There are many class-action lawsuits against Cook Medical, Bard, and Boston Scientific. Many of these cases are still pending trial or settlement.
Why Choose Nova Legal Funding For Your Lawsuit Loan Needs
The manufacturers (Cook Medical, Boston Scientific, and Bard) will surely do all they can to delay payment to the thousands of Plaintiffs nationwide. You shouldn’t fight them alone. Our goal at Nova Legal Funding is to help support you financially during a lawsuit, allowing you to focus on recovery and ultimately winning your case.