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Bard PowerPort Lawsuit

What is a Bard PowerPort Device? 

The Bard PowerPort (also known as the “Bard Port”) is a port catheter device that is implanted in the skin, typically the arm or chest, and reaches a large vein to deliver fluids and medications. The device is often used for chemotherapy.

What is Wrong With the Bard PowerPort Devices?

There have been reports of a manufacturing defect that causes the device to be prone to fracturing, cracking, and migrating out of its intended position. This can lead to serious injuries, including vascular damage.

What Health Issues Are People Experiencing?

The design defects of the Bard PowerPort catheters have been linked to a growing number of serious injuries and fracturing events, in which small fragments of the catheter broke free in the patient’s vascular system, leading to fatalities, infections, blood clots, and emergency surgical procedures to retrieve the fragments.

  • Perforations of tissues, vessels, and organs
  • Infections (sepsis or septic shock)
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
  • Hemorrhaging or Bleeding Injuries
  • Fluid buildup on the heart
  • Irregular Heartbeat
  • Severe and persistent pain
  • Wrongful death

No Financial Barriers

The Bryant Law Center operates on a contingency fee basis, meaning clients do not incur any expenses until the case is won. This approach ensures individuals and institutions can seek justice without financial barriers.

How Our Mass Torts Lawyers Can Help You

If you or a loved one have had complications from a Bard PowerPort Device, you may be entitled to compensation. We are dedicated to making a difference and helping those impacted by any health risks associated with these devices. Please fill out our web form or contact us at (270)-442-1422 to inquire about eligibility for the lawsuit and to receive a free evaluation of your claim.