Filshie Clips, small clips used to clamp off the fallopian tubes in many tubal ligation surgeries, may migrate or cause other serious and painful complications. Filshie Clips lawsuits are now being investigated on behalf of women who were allegedly harmed by these devices.
The nationwide law firm of Bernstein Liebhard LLP is now offering free, legal reviews to women who may have experienced or are experiencing painful complications following tubal ligation surgery with Filshie Clips, including:
To learn more about filing a Filshie Clip lawsuit, please contact our office at (888) 994-5118.
Filshie Clips have been available in the U.S. for tubal ligation surgery since 1997, when they were first approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA). Worldwide, they have been used in millions of women as a permanent method of sterilization. In recent years, however, a growing number of case reports have discussed intances were the clips migrated and caused women to suffer severe pain and other complications. A few of these reports are discussed below:
Bernstein Liebhard LLP’s investigation is only in it preliminary stages, and no Filshie Clips lawsuits have yet been filed. However, if it is found that Filshie Clips suffer from design defects, or that device manufacturers failed to adequately warn of their risks, litigation is possible. Women who experienced clip migration or other complications may then be entitled to file a lawsuit seeking compensation for their injury-related damages, including:
If you would like to discuss your experience with Filshie Clips with one of our attorneys, please call (888) 994-5118 to arrange for a free, no-obligation legal review.
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