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Time Limited for Yaz Settlements, Court Officer Reports

September 5, 2012 – Although the maker of the birth control drugs Yaz and Yasmin has started settling many of the thousands of claims filed by patients suffering blood clot injuries, a recent statement by a court officer overseeing the settlements indicates the time to act may be limited.

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Which Lawyers Can Settle Your Yaz Lawsuit?

August 21, 2012 - More than 11,000 women have filed a claim so far for side effects after taking the birth control drugs Yaz or Yasmin. However, experts predict thousands more will eventually come forward for help.

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Court Appointee Says Bayer Settling More Yaz Lawsuits

July 31, 2012 - The maker of controversial birth control drugs Yaz and Yasmin, Bayer, has begun settling many of the injury claims filed by those women affected. However, only certain cases may qualify and the time to file a claim is limited.

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Yaz Settlement Alert

Compensation available for those suffering Yaz or Yasmin Side Effects. Former patients may inquire for information.

Yaz® and Yasmin are two of the most popular oral contraceptive drugs of all time and have been taken by millions of women since first released in 2001.

Unfortunately, new research has shown these drugs may increase the risk of blood clots, which can lead to serious conditions like Stroke, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), and Pulmonary Embolism.

Studies released by the U.S. FDA and British Medical Journal have shown a dramatic increase in these blood clot risks in those women taking Yaz or Yasmin. The FDA has also received multiple reports of injury or death following use of the drug.

Those who have been injured by these defective drugs have a legal right to seek recovery for their damages through a yaz lawsuit. With thousands of lawsuits filed against the drug maker, Bayer, the company has already begun settling these cases with victims.

If you suffered a blood clot, DVT, Pulmonary Embolism or stroke after taking Yaz, it is important to speak with a lawyer before it’s too late. Contact us today for more information.

 

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Bayer Payouts for Yaz Could End in 2013, Court Officer Says

January 2, 2013 – A recent financial report from drug maker Bayer says that approximately 13,000 lawsuits have been filed by patients claiming injury from the birth control drugs Yaz and Yasmin. Although the company is settling many cases, the Yaz Center warns time may be limited for those who haven’t filed a claim.

Last fall, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists became the latest group to warn consumers that birth control pills which use the hormone drospirenone, like Yaz and Yasmin, can lead to higher risks of blood clots.

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Yaz and Yasmin Rank Among Highest In Side Effects

September 27, 2012 – Those women prescribed the birth control pills Yaz and Yasmin are being alerted that experts have linked the drugs to serious blood clots and they ranked among the highest last year in side effects reported to the FDA.

The maker of both drugs, Bayer, has already started settling lawsuits by those injured. Those who are just discovering they suffered a Yaz injury may still seek a settlement, however, the time to file is limited.

If you suffered a blood clot, DVT, stroke or Pulmonary Embolism after taking Yaz or Yasmin, it is important to speak with a lawyer about your legal options today.

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Yaz Health Risk

Although the oral contraceptive drugs Yaz® and Yasmin were designed to have fewer side effects than earlier versions of birth control, experts have now discovered they may have serious health risks.

Over the past five years, studies have related the use of Yaz with side effects such as:

  • Stroke
  • Blood Clots
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), and
  • Pulmonary Embolism

Since approving Yasmin in 2001 and Yaz in 2006, the FDA has issued three warning letters in 2003, 2008 and 2009 advising patients of possible health risks. The agency has also received hundreds of reports of death or injury in women taking the drugs.

In 2009, The British Medical Journal published separate studies from Denmark and the Netherlands highlighting the risks. Both concluded that drugs like Yaz which contain the chemical drospirenone were related to an increased risk of blood clots.

In October, 2011, the FDA released a comprehensive study of more than 800,000 women taking oral contraceptives. The results showed that those taking drugs like Yaz had a 75% increased risk of developing blood clots.

If you have suffered a side effect from Yaz, you may be entitled to substantial compensation. Contact us today for more information on the health warnings of Yaz and to speak with a lawyer about your legal options.

Authored by Chris Schroeder