Yaz Settlement of $200,000 Awarded Injury Case Won by Attorneys At McDonaldWorley.com

Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 12, 2013

A lawsuit filed against Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, the manufacturer of Yaz birth control pills, has resulted in a victory for attorneys at McDonaldWorley.com, having reached a $ 200,000 settlement in the Southern District of Illinois Courts Civil Action – (3:12-cv-11486-DRH-PMF).

The firm is offering free legal reviews for women who have taken the medication and who have suffered health complications that may be related. To learn more about the alleged side effects of taking Yaz can: click here to visit.

The Food & Drug Administration issued a health warning March, 2012, the safety update notifying the public of important blood clotting safety risks.

Alleged risks associated with the popular birth control include:

Heart attack
Pulmonary embolisms (suffered by the plaintiff in the case)

Don Worley and Michelle Eddington, lead attorneys with the firm represented their client, in the multi-district litigation, who was hospitalized for one week after suffering multiple embolisms, bilateral pulmonary, alleged as a result of the popular birth control medication.

“We feel just compensation was awarded our client for her suffering. Women who take Yasmin, Yaz or Ocella deserve to be informed of the risks. Those who experienced side effects deserve to have their health concerns addressed,” stated Ms. Eddington.

“Every client deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, period. Achieving this victory ensures she can focus on recovery and that her health concerns are not ignored,” added Mr. Worley when asked about the settlement.

About McDonaldWorley.com:

Trust, commitment, and integrity are the guiding principles of the national law firm. 100% confidential, legal case evaluations are being offered for a limited time.

To take advantage of the special offer for a free legal case review with a qualified attorney, click here now: http://www.mcdonaldworley.com/yaz-side-effects-lawyer.htm

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