Who is responsible for NuvaRing Defects?

West Palm Beach, Florida (JusticeNewsFlash.com) — Susan B. Ramsey, a major player in the legal world of product liability lawyers, educates on the recent injuries caused by NuvaRing defects– the hormonal contraceptive that is now causing serious injuries in many women.

The once-a-month contraceptive gives women an easier alternative to taking the pill every day, but could this NuvaRing actually be a detriment to women’s health? The small plastic ring remains in the woman’s uterus for a three-week period during which hormones are released into her bloodstream that prevent pregnancy. Yet it has recently been discovered that the specific type of hormone released by NuvaRing, desogestral, is extremely harmful. This hormone is the culprit of many cases of blood clots, strokes, heart attacks, pulmonary embolisms and even deaths.

Who is responsible for this? Organon – the NuvaRing manufacturer. If you have been affected by the contraceptive, contact the personal injury lawyer, Susan B. Ramsey. It is unacceptable for this product, and all products, to cause serious trauma and even cardiac arrest. Therefore, the personal injury lawyers at Gary Roberts & Associates are committed to holding the NuvaRing manufacturer, Organon, accountable for the injuries caused by this hazardous product.

Contact them today at:
Gary Roberts & Associates, P.A.
1675 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.
561 686 1800
[email protected]

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About the Author susanramsey

Susan B. Ramsey is an attorney in the law firm of Gary Roberts & Associates, P.A., in West Palm Beach, FL, where she practices in the areas of medical malpractice, medical fraud, nursing home residents’ rights and personal injury. Ms. Ramsey earned her Associate’s Degree in nursing from the State University of New York at Farmingdale, her B.S.N. degree from the University of Bridgeport, and her J.D. from the City University of New York at Queens College Law School. She is a Registered Nurse, and a member of a number of professional legal and nursing organizations. Susan has written articles in numerous publications such as Institute for Paralegal Education, Inc., Analyzing Medical Records for the Paralegal, Nursing Law in Connecticut, Fence Creek Publishers Abusive Situations, Refusal of Treatment, and Association of Community Cancer Centers Annual Meeting Legal Issues in Oncology Nursing. As a legal news contributor, Susan will oversee the mesothelioma lawyer news desk.