Schmidt National Law Group is accepting new Paragard lawsuit claims against Cooper Surgical over the potential risks of this IUD. We expect these new Paragard IUD lawsuit claims will have substantial cash payouts from settlements. Our Paragard lawyers and attorneys have been recently receiving phone call reports from women alleging IUD side effects including device migrating, broken arms of the device, getting embedded in the uterus, and other complications.
If you have the Paragard IUD and experienced serious side effects, such as expulsion, perforation, or pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), give us a call today to speak with a Paragard IUD lawyer on our legal team. We will go over your potential IUD injury case and help answer your questions. Call 800-631-5656 now.
Filing Paragard claims now is at the action point since we strongly feel a large cash settlements fund will provide relief for those who have entered into this potential Paragard MDL (Multidistrict Litigation)
Who can file a Paragard lawsuit?
Any woman who has the Paragard IUD and experienced serious side effects, such as expulsion, perforation, or pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) or other known side effects not shown on this page can file a Paragard claim today. There are 2 ways to begin the claims process:
1. Use the 100% secure Paragard claims form below, takes 2 minutes to complete.
2. Simply call and ask to speak to our Paragard lawyers and attorneys toll free at 1-800-631-5656, we can help to see if you qualify to receive cash payouts for this Paragard lawsuit.
What is the Paragard IUD?
Paragard was one of the earliest intrauterine devices (IUD) used for contraception introduced to the market in the United States. It earned US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval in 1984 and was sponsored, at the time, by the Population Council, a nonprofit headquartered in New York City that conducts research to address critical health and development issues for the world’s most vulnerable populations.
How does Paragard IUD work?
Paragard is still the only copper IUD on the US market. It is a small, T-shaped device that is inserted into the uterus by a healthcare provider to protect against pregnancy for up to 10 years. It is a non-hormonal device, unlike other IUDs like Mirena. Instead of hormones, Paragard contains a copper coil that interferes with the movement of sperm and prevents sperm from reaching an egg. No fertilized egg means no pregnancy.
Problems or Complications from Paragard IUD
What are the problems and/or complications women have been experiencing? Many are seeing medical treatments for the following IUD side effects.
- Device breakage or fracture
- Device embedment
- Device expulsion or migration
- Scarring or inflammation of uterus
When seeing medical treatments for the Paragard IUD the general choices are as follows:
- Ongoing nonsurgical treatment
- Surgery to remove device
- Surgery failed to remove device
- Hysterectomy to remove device
Risks of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
IUDs like Paragard are associated with an increased risk of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), a serious complication that can lead to death if not diagnosed and treated promptly. PID is an infection of the female reproductive organs. It can have serious consequences if not treated, including damage to the fallopian tubes leading to ectopic pregnancy or infertility, hysterectomy, sepsis, and even death.
Symptoms of PID include:
- Lower abdominal or pelvic pain
- Odorous discharge
- Unexplained bleeding
- Genital lesions or sores
Risks of Device Expulsion of IUD
There is a risk that Paragard may be expelled from the uterus, which makes the IUD less effective and could result in unintended pregnancy. A healthcare provider may need to take x-rays if Paragard is no longer found in the uterus. The IUD must be removed if expulsion occurs.
Timeline for the Paragard IUD Lawsuits.
We began receiving phone call reports in early October 2020. There are no Paragard lawsuits in the court system yet. The MDL (Multidistrict Litigation) hasn’t begun yet for this birth control device, but we do expect this to happen based on other birth control device litigation, like what took place for Essure.
Schmidt National Law Group accepts Paragard lawsuit claimants throughout the United States including:
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
We can also accept claimants for the Paragard IUD lawsuits in the following major metropolitan cities:
New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San Jose City, Detroit, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, San Francisco, Columbus, Austin, Memphis, Fort Worth, Baltimore, Charlotte, Boston, Seattle, Washington, Milwaukee, Denver, Louisville, Las Vegas, Nashville, Oklahoma City, Portland, Tucson, Albuquerque, Atlanta, Long Beach, Fresno, Sacramento, Mesa, Kansas City, Cleveland, Virginia Beach, Omaha, Miami, Oakland, Tulsa, Honolulu, Minneapolis, Colorado Springs, Arlington and Wichita.
Paragard Lawsuit Claims, Payouts & Settlements page updated on October 19, 2020.