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By Barnes Law Group, LLC on 12/9/2014
By Barnes Law Group, LLC on 2/26/2014

If you received a Mirena Intrauterine Device and experienced uterine embedment, device migration, perforation, or complications from the Mirena removal, you may be eligible to participate in the MDL.  Please call us for a free and confidential case evaluation.

By Barnes Law Group, LLC on 4/25/2013
Barnes Law Group is now investigating claims involving the Mirena intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUDs).  It is reported that after insertion, the Mirena IUD can migrate from its original position and move into the abdominal cavity and pelvic area, imbedding itself into surrounding organs and causing severe pain, adhesions, scarring, bowel perforations and unnecessary surgeries.  Women with these implanted devices may be at increased risk for sepsis, abdominal infection, uterine and intestinal puncture and ectopic or intrauterine pregnancies.  For some, laparoscopic and abdominal surgery and extended hospitalization is required to remove the device.

Lawsuits are being filed against the manufacturer of the Mirena IUD (Bayer) claiming the company did not adequate warn patients about the potential risks, specifically including migration of the device after its insertion. 

If you or a loved one have experienced any side effects of a Mirena IUD, we may be able to help recover for your medical bills,...
By Barnes Law Group, LLC on 8/1/2010
When a child is injured during the birthing process, Georgia law requires parents to bring a claim to recover the future medical expenses within two years of the negligent act, even though the child has seven years to file suit.  But what happens when you didn’t realize and weren’t told there was medical negligence surrounding the birth?
By Barnes Law Group, LLC on 6/13/2010

A Fulton County State Court Judge has given preliminary approval for the settlement of a class action lawsuit against Fortis Benefits Insurance Company (FBIC) and others.

The case alleges that FBIC improperly raised health insurance premiums based on length of time the policy was in force and medical condition of policyholders. Notice of the settlement with an opportunity to participate in the $11 million settlement will be mailed to more than 5,700 Georgians by June 14th who purchased an Upper Midwest Employer Group Individual Medical Plan (UMEG IMP) issued by Fortis Benefits Insurance Company from 1996 through July 2008.

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