After Bayer Healthcare, maker of contraceptive device Essure, moved to dismiss a lawsuit against it filed by five women claiming they were harmed by the device, Philadelphia U.S. District Court Judge John Padova ruled that two of the women’s claims can continue. The claims stem from that Bayer misleadingly advertised and failed to warn of the risks associated with Essure. Complaints over negative side-effects of the permanent birth control device, which is made up of two metal coils inserted into the fallopian tubes, have been mounting over the past few months, resulting in an FDA-mandated “black-box” warning on the product from the FDA. If you have experienced any adverse side-effects after being implanted with Essure, call us today at 888-985-7228 for a free legal consultation. You may be entitled to compensation.