Essure Birth Control Attorneys
Lawyers for Essure Birth Control Claims
Originally manufactured by Conceptus Inc., Essure was created as a non-invasive permanent birth control device. Now owned and manufactured by Bayer, there have been more than 10,000 lawsuits filed against the company for severe negative side effects patients experienced while using the device. With more than half a million American women using Essure to prevent pregnancy, it is important to understand the risks patients face, as well as how to recover damages if you have experienced similar side effects. If you have suffered damages after taking Essure, call Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. to discuss your rights. 1-800-298-0111.
What is Essure Birth Control?
Essure is a non-hormonal, permanent birth control device that is only available by prescription. Its structure was designed to be nonreversible, providing women with an alternative solution to surgical forms of birth control. Essure consists of two metal coils that are flexible and implanted in the fallopian tube. While Bayer claims the device is safe and effective, more than 10,000 disagree saying they experienced serious injuries including perforation of the fallopian tube, severe cramping and abdominal pain and device migration.
Dangerous Effects of Essure
Complaints received by the FDA regarding the adverse side effects of Essure has prompted them to provide recommendations to health care providers and patients of when to avoid using the product. Severe side effects include organ perforation and device migration, while more mild effects such as headaches, nausea and abdominal pain are also common in women who receive this device.
Why File Suit Against Essure
Women who have suffered severe side effects from using Essure claim Bayer failed to warm them, and the FDA, of the adverse side effects the device causes. Lawsuits allege that Bayer lied to the FDA during its premarket application by withholding pertinent data. Today, Essure litigation is slowly taking place through individual lawsuits in various states.
Do I Have an Essure Claim?
Due to the complex nature of Essure claims, we have complied a list of common factors associated with cases we are currently accepting:
- Women who had Essure implanted between 2002 and October 2016
- Women who have had removal surgery, have scheduled removal surgery or cannot have the device removed due to medical complications
- Women who have suffered one or more of the injuries listed below
Injuries Caused by Essure Birth Control
Serious injuries suffered by women with Essure include:
- Death or Fetal death
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Hair loss
- Infection requiring surgery or leading to hospitalization
- Newly developed migraine problem
The injuries listed above have affected thousands of women who have had the device implanted. If you or someone you love has experienced one or more of these injuries, call 800-298-0111 for a free consultation with an experienced product liability attorney.
Consult an Essure Birth Control Lawsuit Attorney
If you or a loved one has suffered one or more of the adverse side effects from using Essure, you may be entitled to damages. Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. has been helping victims get the justice they deserve for more than 40 years. Call us today for a free consultation, 800-298-0111.
Paul Cannon has practiced personal injury trial law since 1995. He is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law (2005). He has earned recognition as a Super Lawyer by Thompson Reuters in 2017 & 2018, and as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers Association in 2017. He is a Shareholder, trial lawyer and online marketing manager at Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. His legal writings have been published by the Texas Bar Journal, Business.com, Lawyer.com HG Legal Resources, Lawfirms.com, and others. He has been asked to give education talks and media interviews on dog bite law.