Duty to Warn
When producing a new drug, the manufacturer of that drug is responsible for conducting enough trial tests to determine all of the potential side effects. Once the drug is approved, the manufacturer is required to list all of the known side effects of the drug on each prescription. This requirement falls under a manufacturer’s “duty to warn.”
If you or someone you know has been the victim of an unexpected side effect of Yaz, Yasmin, or Ocella, contact the YAZ side effect attorneys of Williams Kherkher. Our team of legal professionals is working hard to receive compensation for hundreds of women across America who have suffered unexpected side effects of these Drosperinone containing oral contraceptives. Call us today at 800-761-3187 for a free initial consultation.
Failure to Warn
If a product manufacturer fails to warn consumers of a side effect, they may be liable for any damages incurred by the consumer. For example, Bayer, the manufacturer of Yaz, Yasmin, and Ocella, failed to adequately test their products before their release on the market. As a result, hundreds of women suffered severe and unexpected side effects, including heart attack, stroke, cerebral hemorrhaging, and gall bladder disease from the ingredient Drosperinone. Consequently, Bayer is facing several law suits.
If you are one of the hundreds of victims of Bayer’s failure to warn its consumers about potential dangers, contact the Yaz side-effect attorneys of Williams Kherkher today at 800-761-3187. You may be eligible to receive compensation for your losses.