Representing Clients Injured By Paraguard Intra-Uterine Devices
Curtis Law Group is representing clients across the country who have been injured by a Paraguard Intra-Uterine Device. The Paraguard T380A IUD was designed and sold as a birth control method that was convenient, easy to implant and easy to remove. In fact, many complaints to the implanting physicians and to the FDA allege that the device frequently breaks apart, pierces the fallopian tubes or that it can migrate inside a woman’s body causing damage to nearby organs.
The Paraguard devices were manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals and Cooper Companies. The lawsuits allege the device is both defective and unreasonably dangerous, and that the companies failed to warn women and their physicians of the true nature of the danger presented by the device.
Curtis Law Group is representing women around the country and we are suing these companies, seeking compensation for their medical bills, their lost earnings and for the physical and emotional injuries they have suffered from these defective devices. Contact us at 214-572-8712 if you believe you have been harmed by this device.