Posts Tagged 'mirena perforation lawsuits'

What is the Statute of Limitations for Mirena Cases?

If you have suffered serious complications from Mirena, you have a limited amount of time in which to file a legal claim against manufacturer Bayer Pharmaceuticals. Because you do not want to risk losing your chance to recover, you should always consult with an experienced Mirena attorney as soon as possible regarding a possible case.

What is Mirena? What is it Used For?

Mirena is an intrauterine device (IUD), which is widely recognized as one of the most ...

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Mirena Label Misled Users

New evidence has been uncovered indicating that the warning label for Mirena was not sufficient to warn users of the risk of perforation. Mirena is a hormonal intrauterine device (IUD) manufactured by Bayer and used by millions of women in the United States. In recent years, consumers have filed numerous Mirena lawsuits as a result of harmful complications and side effects.

One dangerous potential complication of Mirena—and the subject of many Mirena lawsuits —is perforation of the uterus. ...

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How Much Does a Mirena Lawsuit Cost?

thousands of women have been injured by the mirena iudThe intrauterine device (IUD) Mirena has caused serious injury to thousands of users, and many women have already initiated lawsuits against manufacturer Bayer Pharmaceuticals. These plaintiffs allege that Mirena is a defective and unreasonably dangerous product, because it can cause ectopic pregnancies, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), perforation of the uterus wall, sepsis, and more. These injuries can result in costly medical bills, time off work, ...

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Do I Have a Mirena Claim?

Mirena is a hormonal intrauterine device (IUD) that a health care provider inserts into a woman’s uterus to provide long-term birth control. Although not perfect, Mirena is considered to be one of the most effective methods of birth control because one insertion can protect against pregnancy for up to five years with no risk of user error. Over 2 million American women currently use Mirena as their primary form of birth control.

Unfortunately, like almost any other drug or medical device, ...

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