Monthly Archives: January 2013

Turning Down a Yaz Settlement Offer?

Approximately $215,000.00. That is the average dollar amount the Yaz Blood Clot, DVT, and/or PE lawsuits are settling for. What does this really mean for the Plaintiff? What will they actually “take home” for their pain and suffering, injuries, constant worry, missed work, depression, testing, long-term care, and a life of additional doctor’s visits? By […]

Settlement and Lien Resolution Timeline

Once you get past the Pepto-Pink layout of the Zill, Kranz, and Borgess law firm’s blog Yaz, Yasmin and You (UPDATE: as of Aug. 2013 this blog no longer exists) you’ll find some really useful information. I commend them for being so open and communicative with their clients (and the public). These are the most informative posts […]

Not so New News. . .

The Madison-St.Clair Record reports January 10, 2013 that Judge Herndon claims “steady progress” in both the Yaz and Pradaxa MDL cases. The estimated number of  settled Yaz cases is still at 1,500, which is where it sat a few months ago. Phwew, thank you for that riveting update, Madison-St.Clair Record. My guess is we’ll get another report […]

Is the End in Sight?

Well, that might be wishful thinking, but I did hear from my lawyers confirming our settlement negotiations will take place this month and next. So far that means very little to me since I’ve heard how long the settlement process actually takes (6+ mo). I’ll try to update information about the process and timelines, so […]