Who can file a Yaz lawsuit?
Women who have suffered debilitating medical conditions as a result of taking Yaz birth control pills may be eligible to file a lawsuit to seek monetary compensation for their injuries.
Conditions for filing a Yaz lawsuit include:
- Heart attacks
- Cardiac arrhythmia
- Blood clot
- Pulmonary Embolism
- Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
- Hepatic adenomas
- Gallbladder disease
- Kidney failure
- Depression caused by or exacerbated by Yaz
Several Yaz lawsuits also refer to the deceptive advertising practices of Bayer Healthcare due to their failure to describe the potential harmful side effects as listed above. In many cases, doctors and other health care provides who have prescribed the birth control pill have also been named as defendants.
Yaz side effects can be life-threatening and can result in serious and permanent injury. Those women who have taken Yaz and have suffered as a result are encouraged to seek immediate medical attention and good legal counsel to determine their eligibility regarding the filing of a Yaz lawsuit. Women under the age of 18 are minors who will require further authorization from a parent or guardian in order to file a Yaz lawsuit.