morcellator lawsuit settlementFederal health regulators have warned that power morcellators, a type of surgical tool used in laparoscopic hysterectomies and fibroid removal procedures, may promote the spread of a rare, but often deadly, form of uterine cancer.

Ethicon (Johnson & Johnson) and other morcellator manufacturers have already been named in at least one power morcellator lawsuit alleging the use of the devices can promote the spread of uterine sarcoma. In all of these cases the women never knew that they had hidden, undetectable cancer. Studies have shown that 1 in 350 women have the hidden, undetectable cancer. Solberg Stewart Miller, a law firm that handles defective medical devices and bad drug cases, is now investigating uterine cancer lawsuits by women whose cancer may have been spread by a power morcellator. If you would like to explore your legal options, please contact our Firm today to learn more about the process for filing your own power morcellator lawsuit. If you live in Minnesota or North Dakota or any other state call Solberg Stewart Miller, a North Dakota and Minnesota bad drug lawfirm, at 701-237-3166 in Fargo, North Dakota or 1-877-237-3166 (toll free). Or you can email Todd Miller at

Power morcellators use long, tube-shaped blades to cut uterine tissue into small pieces. This allows a surgeon performing a laparoscopic hysterectomy, to remove the tissue through a small incision. Power morcellators are also frequently used to remove uterine fibroids.

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued a safety alert to discourage the use of power morcellators in women undergoing hysterectomies and/or fibroid removal. According to the alert, power morcellation poses a risk of spreading undetected cancerous cells beyond the uterus.

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with uterine cancer or it has spread since a hysterectomy or fibroid removal, you or your loved one may have a significant claim and should contact an attorney immediately. At the Solberg law firm, initial consultations are always free and if we take your case, you pay nothing in attorney fees or expenses unless you make a recovery. Solberg Stewart Miller, does not represent medical device manufacturers or drug manufacturers. Rather, Solberg Stewart Miller represent people in North Dakota or Minnesota or other states for in injury cases against manufacturers of defective medical devices and bad drugs.
There are strict time deadlines for bringing such cases so you should immediately call the Solberg Stewart & Miller law firm in Fargo at 237-3166 or toll free at 877-237-3166 (toll free). Or you can email