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New NuvaRing Blood-Clotting Lawsuit Allegations Report: Resource4thePeople Updates Latest Legal Developments as Litigation Proceeds
Date:8/10/2013

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 10, 2013

http://www.resource4thepeople.com/defectivedrugs/nuvaring.html

The latest consumer update on information about the progress of lawsuits alleging that women who used the popular contraceptive NuvaRing suffered serious blood-clotting problems was announced today by Resource4thePeople.

The latest news is that NuvaRing lawsuits continue to be filed and efforts by the defendants to dismiss an action in this litigation were rejected by a federal judge.

One of the most recent NuvaRing lawsuits was filed by a California woman who, according to the complaint* she filed in U.S. District Court in New Jersey, attributes a serious blood-clotting problem to her use of the NuvaRing contraceptive.

"This lawsuit is among hundreds of other in which women claim that the manufacturers of the NuvaRing vaginal ring contraceptive has caused them to suffer life-threatening blood-clotting problems," said Resource4thePeople.

"As consumers increasingly inquire about their legal rights in regards to such alleged side effects Resource4thePeople is announcing it will continue to offer free consultations for these consumers through our national network of attorneys over what legal options they may have to seek compensation over these allegations."

The California woman's lawsuit also alleges that the manufacturers of the contraceptive were aware that the NuvaRing put women at greater risk of suffering blood clots but failed to adequately inform consumers and government regulators.

Resource4thePeople also is reporting an important ruling in the multidistrict litigation* of consolidated federal NuvaRing lawsuits in which there are at least 1,217 actions pending, according to the court file.

That litigation is being overseen by a sing
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