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If you or a loved one has been harmed by a permanent birth control device, then you may have a claim for compensation against the manufacturer. The Essure birth control device—made by Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Inc.—has now been linked to a number of serious side-effects and plaintiffs, advocates, and legislators alike are now calling for restitution and a complete ban of the product.
Alan R. Goodman is a dedicated and proven Springfield defective product lawyer who has recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our injured, wronged, and bereaved clients. Our firm will not hesitate to challenge the corporate entities behind these dangerous product cases and has the insight, experience, and resources to face them in the courtroom, if necessary.
Are you ready to explore your legal options? Our firm is ready to help. Call us today at (413) 650-1988 to speak with Attorney Goodman.
Essure is a device consisting of flexible metal coils implanted into the fallopian tubes. Tissue forms around the coils within months and is supposed to block the sperm from reaching the eggs. However, serious complications have been reported according to the FDA, including:
The Essure device was initially approved by the FDA in 2002. However, it is now believed that Bayer provided insufficient information on its own product during the PreMarket Approval process. Between 2002 and 2015, the FDA received nearly 10,000 "adverse event reports" from Essure users and that number has only gone up. Numerous lawsuits from Idaho, California, and Pennsylvania have already been filed against Bayer and many more from around the country are pending.
If you or a loved one have been hurt by Essure or a similar birth control device implant, then the time to take action is now. Use our online form to get in touch with us today.