Essure Lawsuit Settlement Loans

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TriMark Legal Funding offers low-cost, risk-free Essure settlement funding to injured plaintiffs nationwide.

Essure Lawsuit Cash Advances

TriMark Legal Funding is one of America’s foremost legal funding companies. We provide low-cost Essure lawsuit cash advances to injured plaintiffs nationwide.

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If you’ve been injured by an Essure device or Essure birth control and are behind on bills, auto accident settlement loans from TriMark Legal Funding could help.

✔️ Were you seriously injured due to an Essure birth control implant?

✔️ Are you represented by a contingent fee attorney?

✔️ Are you behind on bills and want to get caught up before your Essure case settles?

If you answered yes to all three questions, you could qualify for a car accident loan from TriMark Legal Funding within 12 to 24 hours of approval!

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Essure Lawsuit Loans

At TriMark Legal Funding, we offer non-recourse lawsuit funding cash advances to plaintiffs who are involved in either pending or settled legal claims, often in 24 hours or less.

Lawsuit loans are a discreet, sensible way to keep your head above water until your attorney has finished negotiating your lawsuit settlement.

At TriMark Legal Funding, we offer non-recourse lawsuit funding cash advances to plaintiffs who are involved in either pending or settled legal claims, often in 24 hours or less.

Lawsuit loans are a discreet, sensible way to keep your head above water until your attorney has finished negotiating your lawsuit settlement.

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Essure Lawsuit Loan FAQ

What is a Essure lawsuit loan?

For starters, it isn’t actually a loan. It’s a non-recourse cash advance

How long will it take to get my money once my cash advance is approved?

For starters, it isn’t actually a loan. It’s a non-recourse cash advance

What is a Essure lawsuit loan?

For starters, it isn’t actually a loan. It’s a non-recourse cash advance

What is a Essure lawsuit loan?

For starters, it isn’t actually a loan. It’s a non-recourse cash advance

What Is Lawsuit Funding?

Lawsuit funding is referred to by many names such as lawsuit loans, pre-settlement loans, and post-settlement loans.

Despite what many people call it, however, it’s not a loan.

Legal funding is a non-recourse cash advance of a portion of the anticipated future value of a plaintiff’s lawsuit settlement.

For more information on the progress of the Essure litigation, check out these excellent articles on our blog:

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How Lawsuit Loans Work

TriMark Legal Funding specializes in helping personal injury accident victims.
Our non-recourse legal funding is a simple 3-step process:

1. Apply for Funding

You can either apply online or call us toll-free at (877) 932-2628. We’ll answer all of your questions and gather some basic facts about your case.

2. Review & Approval

Our team will work directly with your attorney to review your case. Approvals can happen as quickly as 1 hour after receipt of all required information.

3. Receive Cash

A funding agreement is sent via DocuSign. After signed copies are returned, your cash is sent to you by wire transfer or FedEx Overnight.

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It’s fast, free, and easy to qualify for Essure pre-settlement funding.

At a minimum, all you need to qualify is that you must:

  • Have received significant injuries
  • Be represented by a contingent-fee attorney
  • Have clear liability against a sufficiently-insured defendant

Isn’t it finally time for you to take back control of your finances?

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Latest Developments in Essure Litigation…

A recent study co-led by Yale researchers in collaboration with peers at the University of California, San Diego found that hysteroscopy, a banned popular birth control method of sterilization, is not “generally harmful.” When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, FDA, first approved hysteroscopic sterilization in 2002, it was advertised as a less invasive type of permanent contraception called Essure. Initially, it was considered a turning point in birth control, but after thousands of adverse effects including pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding and the need for additional surgeries following the Essure procedure were reported, the FDA mandated a clinical trial to reassess the product’s safety. Essure was discontinued in 2018, and the study was ultimately left unfinished. The paper detailing this current study’s findings was published on Feb. 3 in Obstetrics and Gynecology. It details that the procedure itself is not generally harmful. This research was led by Aileen Gariepy, associate… Read more
When Bayer announced in July 2018 that it would stop selling the permanent birth control device Essure, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) required the company to continue to evaluate long-term safety information in women who received the device. According to the latest analysis from Bayer covering the period of June 1, 2020, through August 31, 2020, there were an additional 7,509 events related to the Essure reported to the FDA’s medical database, including 7,332 serious injury reports, 104 malfunction reports, and 73 death reports. The most common patient problems reported included pain, perforation, foreign body/device fragment in the patient, pregnancy, and heavier periods. The FDA added that the limited information on the reports provided by Bayer “prevents the ability to draw any conclusions as to whether the device or its removal, caused or contributed to any of the reported deaths or other events in the reports.”… Read more
Victims of Essure birth control implant injuries may soon get the compensation they deserve. Manufacturer Bayer has indicated it is making progress in settlement talks with plaintiffs’ lawyers, and that it has set aside $1.47 billion for potential settlements involving approximately 32,000 lawsuits pending around the country. Essure is a form of permanent birth control that Bayer sold from 2002 through 2018, after which the company stopped distributing the product in the U.S. because of restrictions implemented by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Bayer Considering Settlements, but Maintains Essure is Safe As of July 24, 2020, Bayer faced roughly 32,000 lawsuits filed by Essure users claiming to have suffered from serious injuries caused by the birth control device, including hysterectomy, pain, bleeding, perforation, unwanted pregnancy, and more. The plaintiffs seek both compensatory and punitive damages. Bayer recently indicated in its second-quarter results announcement that it had seen progress… Read more
The German pharmaceutical giant Bayer has agreed to pay $1.6 billion to settle tens of thousands of United States claims related to its birth control device Essure. Nearly 39,000 women across the U.S. had claims against Bayer after suffering health problems including severe pain, bleeding and organ damage after being implanted with the device, a contraceptive coil that is placed in the fallopian tubes. The settlement will resolve roughly 90% of these claims, Bayer said in a statement last week. The agreement did not include an admission of wrongdoing or liability by Bayer, and plaintiffs who participate will be required to drop their claims. “Bayer sympathizes with all women who have experienced adverse health conditions, regardless of the cause, but the company continues to stand by the science supporting the safety and efficacy of Essure,” Bayer said. The settlement provides a coda to years of controversy that have surrounded Essure…. Read more
Essure lawsuits claim Bayer failed to warn patients of severe device side effects. Users suffered uterus perforation, device breakage, autoimmune disorders and fetal death. At least 39,000 Essure lawsuits have been filed. No settlements have been made. Why Are Women Filing Essure Lawsuits? We are helping women sue Bayer after experiencing complications with the company's Essure sterilization device. Complaints range from problems caused by broken devices, device migration, and even expulsion of the contraceptive implant in some cases. As part of the complaint, many women are seeking damages for the costs of medical care to treat symptoms and complications of the device's malfunction, along with related expenses. Many women also are seeking non-economic damages related to pain and suffering, including mental and emotional anguish, as well as punitive damages to punish Bayer for developing, manufacturing, and promoting an unsafe medical device…. Read more
Plaintiffs requested the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, where Judge Gerald Austin McHugh, Jr. currently presides over three cases. Approximately 30 lawsuits are pending in Pennsylvania, California, Connecticut, Missouri, and Idaho — with thousands more expected. Essure was implanted in over 750,000 women and the FDA has received 5,000 adverse event reports. Lawyers want to create a Multi-District Litigation (MDL), which is like a class action. It helps coordinate discovery, trials, and settlements, while allowing each individual lawsuit to remain independent. Essure is a permanent sterilization device made by Bayer that consists of two metal coils. It is inserted into the fallopian tubes, causing scar-tissue to grow and block sperm from fertilizing an egg. Lawsuits accuse Bayer of failing to warn about side effects. In February, the FDA placed a “Black Box” warning label on Essure and ordered Bayer to conduct new safety studies…. Read more
In August 2020, Bayer announced it would pay $1.6 billion to end virtually all of the U.S. Essure lawsuits involving women who claimed the birth control device caused serious health complications. The Essure settlements will resolve about 90 percent of the nearly 39,000 claims. Bayer had stopped selling Essure in 2018 but did not recall the device. Thousands of American women filed lawsuits against Bayer after they say Essure caused devastating side effects and ruined their lives. Lawsuits say Bayer failed to report serious side effects such as perforated organs and broken devices to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and to the public. For many women, Essure side effects started immediately after implantation. In lawsuits, some say their devices moved out of the fallopian tubes and cut into nearby organs. Others say their device broke into pieces and wreaked havoc on their bodies…. Read more
Jennifer is a mother of two. She lives in Glendale with her family, including two additional stepchildren. With a full house, she wanted permanent birth control. She chose Essure. The device consists or two small metal coils which are placed inside each fallopian tube. Scar tissue grows to block conception. But, even after doctors confirmed her fallopian tubes were fully blocked, Jennifer got pregnant. “Essure just basically didn't do its job. And because of that, we had to pay the price. Other women have to pay the price,” said Jennifer. Jennifer is talking about a group of women sharing their experiences with Essure on Facebook . Many describe the exact same symptoms like extreme bloating, skin rashes and headaches. They also post pictures, including photos of X-rays that show coils cutting through fallopian tubes and broken coils after they were removed. There are more than 3,500 women in the group… Read more
Since 2004, almost 850 women and doctors have filed Adverse Event Reports with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) about Essure birth control. They detail extreme symptoms – from women experiencing excess bleeding, rashes and bloating to women who were forced to have their reproductive organs removed.      *See Original Investigation Now, the ABC15 Investigators found a new Adverse Event Report filed with the FDA just weeks ago regarding Essure. It details a woman’s death after she was admitted to the hospital for abdominal pain. She had the Essure coils implanted this year, but it has not been determined what caused her death. ‘THE LATEST AND GREATEST’ Amanda Holt saw a lot of positives when she decided to get Essure as a permanent form of birth control. “I have three children. I work at lightning speed. And when someone told me that I can go in and get this procedure done… Read more
Women are coming forward to talk about their experiences with a permanent form of birth control called Essure. They’re describing it in stark terms: “It’s a constant pain that doesn’t go away,” one woman said. “It felt like barbed wire inside of me,” according to another. “It’s excruciating,” a third woman said. Last year, after Becky Beesley of Gilbert decided she no longer wanted children, she chose to get Essure birth control. “I had the Essure coils put in and immediately my body rejected the procedure,” she said. “My leg started to tremor and I threw up a couple of times.” Within a few months, she started experiencing serious health issues. “I felt like there were little gremlins…that were just trying to claw their way out,” she said. The pain got so bad, she said she couldn’t work; she had to quit her job as a teacher. Eventually, her doctor… Read more
Some women who have a permanent birth control device called Essure say it has ravaged their reproductive systems, leaving them with scars, pain and years of unexplained symptoms. The Essure system consists of a pair of metal coils designed to be implanted in a woman’s fallopian tubes. After several months, scar tissue that naturally builds up around the coils creates a permanent barrier to sperm, preventing pregnancy by a method similar to an intrauterine device, commonly called an IUD. The problem, according to those who complain about Essure, is that the coils can cause pain, irritation, and much worse, long after they are implanted. However, there have been few complications reported to the Food and Drug Administration. Seven women from New York, Boston and Baltimore described complications after their Essure procedures. Some cried as they recalled years of symptoms that they did not initially connect to the coils. “One of… Read more

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