Have you suffered from a broken ParaGard IUD and require surgery?
Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc, the manufacturer of the intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD), ParaGard, is currently facing lawsuits alleging that it inadequately warned that ParaGard could break during its removal procedure resulting in organ perforation and additional surgery.
ParaGard lawsuits allege that Teva put women at risk as a result of a defect in the device.
ParaGard injuries may include:
- IUD “stuck” in the uterus
- Perforation of the uterus
- Migration of the device
- Device breakage leading to surgery
- Copper wire left behind in the body, potentially causing inflammation and injury
- Organ damage
- Ectopic pregnancy
If you or a loved one have suffered an injury due to your ParaGard IUD, please contact Capretz Law Firm immediately to speak with one of our ParaGard attorneys for a free consultation. Call us at (800) 351-8588 or click on the “Contact Us” link in the corner of this page.