Experts have discovered a defect in the PowerPort catheter tubing component. Design flaws of the tubing could make it more likely to crack or have pieces break off.

If you received a Bard PowerPort catheter and have suffered any of the following injuries, you may qualify for a lawsuit.

At Phillips Law Group, we believe over 20 percent of these Bard PowerPort devices are defective and causing unnecessary pain to many people who are already dealing with other serious medical issues – and that Bard has known about problems with these ports for decades. Instead of fixing the issues, they’ve put profit ahead of people who suffered gravely as a result. If you believe you or a loved one has been impacted by this issue, we want to help.

Our firm is committed to advocating for people who need help with a personal injury case, including those who have been harmed due to defective or dangerous medical devices. We handle cases on a contingency basis, which means we do not require money upfront and do not get paid unless we win your case.

There is no risk in giving our team a call to talk about your legal options in a free, no obligation consultation. Your information will remain confidential, and we are available to contact 24 hours a day, seven days a week via the form on this page to start the process of discussing your situation.

Please contact Phillips Law Group to see how we can help you with a Bard PowerPort implantable port lawsuit today.

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Catheter Injury Lawsuit

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Some of the injuries linked to catheter fracturing and migration include:

  • Blood clots
  • Cardiac arrhythmia
  • Cardiac punctures
  • Cardiac/pericardial tamponade
  • Death
  • Hematoma
  • Hemorrhage
  • Laceration to blood vessels
  • Necrosis around the port
  • Pulmonary embolism
  • Severe and persistent pain around port/catheter

Bard PowerPort Injury Lawsuits

We are filing claims for those injured by defective Bard implantable chest and arm venous catheter ports.

Unfortunately, Bard has known of the dangers of the PowerPort design for years as well as the existence of safer alternative designs. However, they continue to sell the device without proper warning or recall.

Bard PowerPort Catheter Injuries

Recently, the FDA uncovered reports showing that over 10,000 patients have suffered injuries or side effects from the Bard catheters. Before 2019, Bard had filed 90% of these injury reports in a special Alternative Summary Reporting program, hidden from doctors and the public.

The degradation of Bard PowerPort implantable port devices has led to pain and suffering for many individuals and, in some extreme cases, even severe injury and death. 

Phillips Law Group is pursuing litigation against Bard and other defendants for defective implanted port catheters including the Bard PowerPort, and we urge you to contact us if you or a loved one has been affected.

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