The Mirena IUD is contraceptive linked to severe medical health complications in the United States. Common dangerous side effects due to the use of the Mirena IUD birth control device include perforation of the uterine wall, pelvic inflammation, migration, infertility, severe pelvic pain, organ damage, severe infections including chronic pelvic inflammation, development of ovarian cysts, and fetal miscarriage. Below is important information for individuals who have suffered severe complications due to the use of Mirena IUD and are seeking legal recourse via the filing of either a class action lawsuit or a single party claim against manufacturers of the dangerous female contraceptive.
What is a Class Action Lawsuit – Advantages and Disadvantages of JoiningClass actions lawsuit are brought forth when there is a sizeable number of victims with similar or near identical claims against one defendant. The purpose of a class action lawsuit if for judicial efficiency and redaction of litigation costs. At the conclusion of a class action claim each plaintiff will be awards a portion of the settlement or jury award. Even if the injuries sustained may be of differing levels of severity, the amount of money awarded to each plaintiff will be the same in a class action lawsuit. For example if a class action lawsuit where 100 class members receive $100,000,000 in total each plaintiff will be awarded the same amount of settlement equaling to $1,00,000 per person. A significant issues which arises is that in many instances certain individuals who have suffered injuries at a much greater extent than others in the class will not be awarded a larger settlement amount. Learn More About Your Options – Legal Assistance: Too learn more about whether a class action lawsuit or a single party claim is more suitable for your case feel free to contact our attorneys by calling toll free (855)385-2529. All consultations are free of charge and confidential.
Proving Your Case in Court – Product Liability Lawsuit InformationMirena claims are based on a defective product cause of action. Generally there are three ways in which a product liability claim can be proven in the court of law.
- Defect in the original design of the product
- Defect in the manufacturing process so that the sold product is significantly more dangerous than the original design
- Labeling defect – failure to provide for proper warning labels