The latest round of lawsuits against Teva Pharmaceuticals focuses on the controversial Paragard IUD. Although the IUD has not yet been recalled, the company is accused of manufacturing a defective product and failing to warn patients about its risks. As a result, more lawsuits are expected. Attorneys at the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe LLP are currently filing individual cases for people who have experienced problems with the Paragard IUD. The firm is expected to consolidate the lawsuits in a multi-district litigation (MDL). Although each case will remain individual, attorneys expect that Paragard IUD lawsuit will eventually be consolidated into a multi-district litigation (mdl). This expedites the processing of individual lawsuits and allows the lawyers on both sides to gain a clearer understanding of the value of each case. Nevertheless, many of
Possible Risks Of The Device
The Paragard IUD is a non-hormonal contraceptive that can become stuck or break, leaving a woman infected with a serious infection. During a report by the Medical Product Safety Network, the FDA found that a woman had her Paragard implanted for 8.5 years, and then went to the clinic to have it removed. Doctors found a portion of the copper coil that was missing during the procedure. The copper was still intact on the “T” arms, however.
Several women have filed Paragard IUD lawsuits claiming the device broke while being removed. Other women claimed they needed surgery to remove the device. The risks associated with the device are so severe that these women were forced to undergo surgery to remove it. As a result, it is essential that women who have experienced these problems contact an attorney to pursue compensation. This is important for the women affected by Paragard. The manufacturer has been accused of failing to adequately warn women about the risks involved with the device.