In response to another tragic display of Yaz side effects, Joan Cummins has decided to pursue compensation for the wrongful death of her daughter, Michelle Pfleger. Michelle died shortly after experiencing a heart attack on the way to class last year during which time she had been taking Yaz as an oral contraceptive. According to bizjournals.com, Pfleger’s autopsy report showed that she died from cardiac arrest caused by a blood clot in the lungs, and the lawsuit alleges that the clot was caused by Pfleger’s use of Yaz.
Bayer Corporation, the maker of Yaz (also known as Yasmin, Yazmin, and Ocella), is still denying the excessive risk associated with these dangerous defective products. Countless lawsuits have already been filed claiming that these defective medications have contributed to life-threatening injuries, but Bayer has challenged these claims, as well as the studies supporting them with conflicting studies of their own. If you or a loved one is experiencing life-threatening Yaz or Yasmin side effects, contact your primary care physician, as well as a Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys defective medication attorney, as soon as possible.
Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys partner, Brian Chase, has tried over twenty jury trials and, in the last couple of years, has entered into numerous seven and eight-figure settlements. In 2004, Brian was named the Trial Lawyer of the Year, and his dedication to holding corporate America responsible for defective products has been nothing short of inspiring. Call today to receive a free consultation from an experienced Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys Los Angeles Yaz and Yasmin attorney.