Australian mom with blood clots joins class action against Bayer
Posted on Monday, June 16th, 2014 at 10:18 am
An Australian woman who developed blood clots after taking Yaz recently joined a group of women poised to sue the drug maker giant Bayer, the West Australian reported on June 6.
Reports said Natalie Bock, along with 88 other women, signed up for a potential lawsuit against Bayer for health problems resulting from ingesting Yasmin or Yaz contraceptive pills. A mother of two children, Ocean Reef resident Bock learned she had blood clots and a blood disorder that heightens the risk of blood clots after taking Yaz. Bock’s physician stated that taking Yaz with her blood disorder was a deadly combination.
In the United States alone, thousands of women suffer from health conditions heightened by the defective birth control pills and have filed lawsuits against Bayer. If you have experienced negative side effects from taking Yaz, the legal team at Williams Hart may fight for you to hold the drug maker liable and win your much-needed treatment funds. Discuss your situation with our lawyers today at (800) 220-9341 to learn more about your options.