Essure Plaintiffs win a major victory in keeping nearly 200 out of state Plaintiffs in state court, despite Bayer's attempt to have the out-of -state Plaintiffs' cases dismissed for lack of personal jurisdiction.
Patient Advocates harmed by a variety of medical devices will travel next week to Washington DC to push Congress to pass the Medical Device Safety Act into law to protect consumers injured by faulty medical devices.
Two years after the Burrells' wrongful death case for the loss of their daughter, Ariel Grace, was improperly removed to federal court and dismissed, the Fourth Circuit Appellate Court has reversed and remanded the case back to state court. The case will now proceed in state court against Bayer and the physician who implanted the Essure device.
Bayer released it's quarterly report today which revealed the upswing in the number of Essure lawsuits filed across the country. As education and awareness of the injuries caused by the Essure device increases, the number of anticipated filings are also expected to rise.
Essure lawsuits against Bayer continue to rise as shown in Bayer's Quarterly Report released last month. Legal filings are expected to continue spurred by Bayer's recent announcement it will no longer sell the Essure device as well as the release of the groundbreaking documentary, The Bleeding Edge.
Bayer's response to the powerful and groundbreaking documentary, The Bleeding Edge, shows how little the company cares about the thousands of women injured by its unsafe products. From Yaz to Mirena to Essure, Bayer continues to prove it would be better served getting out of birth control business.