Securing Maximum Compensation For Women Harmed By Essure Devices
In 2002, Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals received approval to sell Essure, its permanent birth control device, to women throughout the United States. When the device is implanted in a woman’s vagina, the scar tissue that forms around the coils blocks sperm, preventing it from fertilizing the woman’s eggs.
If the device moves after it is inserted, serious health problems may develop, including:
- Allergic reactions to the nickel alloy device
- Infection from the body’s reaction to the device, the implantation procedure or damage done to the body
- Fallopian tube perforation
- Tearing in the uterine wall
- Implantation in another organ
Women who suffer these complications may need to undergo a hysterectomy or additional procedures to remove the device.
Please contact Henry C. Dailey, Jr., P.C., if you believe that an Essure devise has compromised your health after it was implanted in your body. Our principal attorney, Henry Dailey, will personally handle your defective device claim, aggressively representing you in court or negotiation sessions.
With more than 30 years’ experience, he knows how to use the law to hold medical device companies liable for their dangerous products.
Talk To Us About Your Claim Today
Please call 205-606-6970 or email our Birmingham firm to discuss your personal legal issue. We are ready to fight by your side so that you receive compensation for your medical expenses, other out-of-pocket costs, and the pain and suffering you have endured.