August 29, 2018 / 11:53 PM / in 5 months

Woman in upcoming Bard IVC filter trial urges judge to allow expert testimony

One of the plaintiffs in multidistrict litigation over injuries allegedly caused by C. R. Bard’s vein filters is urging the presiding judge to allow expert testimony in an upcoming trial that the company claims was precluded by a previous ruling.

In a court filing on Tuesday, Lisa Hyde asked MDL Judge David Campbell in federal court in Phoenix, Arizona, to allow the testimony of several medical experts who claim the company has an obligation to inform doctors and patients of the filters’ alleged risk of breaking.

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