The Bard PowerPort is part of a family of implanted port devices that are placed just below the skin and acts as a catheter port for the delivery of medicines directly to a patient’s bloodstream.
However, a number of affected individuals are now pursuing legal action against Bard after experiencing serious and potentially life-threatening injuries including, but not limited to:
The product liability lawsuits allege that design defects in the Bard PowerPort may have caused catheter tubes to crack, fracture and/or migrate.
If you or a loved one has experienced complications resulting from a Bard PowerPort device, you may be eligible for compensation. Please contact the New York attorneys at Rheingold Giuffra Ruffo Plotkin & Hellman for a free consultation today. Our experienced team has over 50 years of experience with defective medical devices and medical malpractice cases.
As part of the claims being alleged in the Bard PowerPort lawsuit, the Plaintiffs are also alleging that in many instances, Bard concealed known device failures and injuries from medical professionals and patients through submission to the FDA’s controversial Alternative Summary Reporting (“ASR”) program.
There have been at least ten civil actions filed against Bard for injuries caused by their PowerPort implant devices.