Paragard Injury Lawyers
Have you been prescribed the Paragard IUD and suffered a serious injury? Our attorneys can help. Women across the U.S. have filed lawsuits against the manufacturer of Paragard after the birth control device caused injuries including
- Perforation of the uterine wall or cervix
- Scarring or damage to other organs
- Serious inflammation due to copper left in the body
- Ectopic pregnancy
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What is Paragard?
Paragard is an intrauterine device (IUD) used as a form of birth control in women. The device is hormone-free and made of plastic with a thin layer of copper wire that is used to prevent pregnancy. Paragard and any other IUD is placed in the uterus by a physician and can serve as a contraceptive for several years.
Problems with Paragard
Thousands of women claim they were injured due to complications with the Paragard IUD. Complaints of breakage of IUD during removal, migration of IUD within the uterus, expulsion of IUD from the uterus, and embedding of IUD in the uterus have been cited in lawsuits. The FDA database of adverse events contains over 7,000 reports of serious injury associated with Paragard IUD devices in 2019 including 15 deaths over the past several years.
Paragard IUD Injury Lawsuit
If you or someone you know was prescribed a Paragard IUD and suffered a serious injury, contact us. Our product liability attorneys have represented thousands of people in class action and mass tort lawsuits who were injured by large corporations including those who make dangerous drugs and medical devices over the past 30 years and helped them get compensation for their injuries. We are proud to hold these large companies accountable. Many have been forced to pay back billions of dollars to the people they have injured.
Contact us now for a free, no-obligation case evaluation. You will not pay any legal fees unless and until we recover compensation for you.