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Federal NuvaRing Blood-Clotting Lawsuits Report: Resource4thePeople Updates Consumers with News That First Bellwether Trial Rescheduled to July
Date:3/2/2013

San Diego CA (PRWEB) March 02, 2013

In its latest update to consumers about the progress of more than 1,000 lawsuits involving claims that the NuvaRing contraceptive puts women at higher risk of blood clotting, Resource4thePeople is reporting today that the first bellwether trial in the litigation* has been rescheduled to July. http://www.resource4thepeople.com/defectivedrugs/nuvaring.html

"In continuing to update consumers about these important cases, which may have ramifications for the millions of women who chose the NuvaRing as their method of contraception, we have to report that the first bellwether, or test trial, in the litigation will not be as early as first anticipated," said Resource4thePeople.

"This trial has been rescheduled several times but Judge Rodney Sippel has now put on the record that in his view July is the best month in order to accommodate the needs of both plaintiffs and defendants.

"We will continue to monitor the progress of this litigation and provide the latest news for the increasing number of women who have been contacting us for information about this important litigation."

Resource4thePeople announced that it will continue to provide lawyers offering free consultations to women who may have suffered severe health problems as a result of their use of the NuvaRing intrauterine device.

"The question we have frequently been receiving is whether it is too late to file a lawsuit as this litigation before Judge Sippel proceeds," said Resource4thePeople. "The answer, in most cases, is no."

For instance, said Resource4thePeople, one of the most recent such NuvaRing lawsuits** was filed last week by a Philadelphia woman who claims she suffered a venous sinus thrombosis and an intracranial hemorrhage last year
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