Broken Paragard IUD?
If you were implanted with a Paragard copper IUD that broke during use or while being removed, you may qualify to file a lawsuit and receive compensation.
Women Injured By Paragard IUDs
The FDA has received tens of thousands of reports involving complications with Paragard IUDs, including reports of broken IUDs that can cause damage to the uterus, perforation, other organ damage, and other serious health conditions.
More than 1,700 women who experienced problems with their copper IUD have filed lawsuits against the makers of Paragard.
Hissey Mulderig & Friend is currently evaluating claims involving women who used Paragard and whose IUDs broke during removal or while in use. If you experienced a broken Paragard IUD, contact our law firm to start your claim today.
Hundreds of women with broken
Paragard IUDs have filed lawsuits
against its manufacturers.
PARAGARD IUD LAWSUITS
More than 1,700 women who were injured by broken Paragard copper IUDs have filed lawsuits against Teva Pharmaceuticals and CooperSurgical, the manufacturers of the birth control device. These lawsuits have alleged that the T-shaped arms on Paragard are prone to break when the device is being removed, putting women at risk of damage to their uterus or other organs, additional surgeries, or even death.