Paragard Suit Complaint Against Well Kept Company

If you or a member of you family had complications during the surgical removal of Paragard IUD then you might be entitled to file a Paragard IUD lawsuit to seek compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and other damages. This is due to the fact that the Paragard IUD was improperly removed and was not sterilized properly in the process of removing it. The device was later recalled by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) because of reports of serious complications arising from its improper use. Several lawsuits have been filed by the families of patients who had suffered complications following the device’s improper removal. These lawsuits are being fought on behalf of the families as victims of medical malpractice.

Paragard is one of the most commonly used groups of copper intrauterine devices (IUD) in the United States. There are more than forty different types of these copper is available in the market. However, most of them are used by women in the United States. It has recently come to the attention of the public that the device can also cause medical problems such as pelvic inflammatory disease, endometrial cancer, infertility and even uterine prolapse, for women who were not using IUD and were considered to be more exposed to risk. This exposure can be reduced or prevented by using an intrauterine devises, called Paragard, in conjunction with other measures such as proper health care, good diet, regular exercise, and more.

Paragard IUD Lawsuit Settlements

Paragard lawsuit claims that the device was sold misbranded or with faulty components and did not provide the customer with proper instructions on how to use the product to avoid health complications. It claims that the manufacturer failed to warn consumers about the complications that could arise from the device, and that it was not properly inspected prior to distribution. The complaint further claims that since the failure of proper inspections, thousands of women have suffered injuries, and many of them are suffering now. These women are seeking damages for pain and suffering, loss of work, missed work time, past and future medical expenses, past and future loss of earning capacity, future loss of ability to earn income, past and future pain and suffering, and emotional distress.