Hannah S. Werner

Hannah Werner advocates for patients suffering from health complications caused by allegedly defective and dangerous medical drugs and devices, such as Essure®, a permanent birth control device. Her practice also includes representing clients who have suffered from lead poisoning.


Hannah gained experience as a law clerk at Motley Rice, as well as at a prominent defense firm where she gained valuable insight into the legal industry prior to joining Motley Rice’s medical team. She also served as a summer associate and intern for a Tennessee hospital and legal clinic where she provided research in healthcare law, drafted contracts and policies, and assisted with mediations involving patients. In addition, Hannah worked to assist veterans with legal disputes as an intern for a VA Medical Legal Partnership Clinic in Nashville, Tenn. 

A member of the Women Law Students’ Association, Hannah was actively involved on campus, including serving as Vice President of the Health Law Society. She also was the 2012-2013 Director of Public Relations for the UNC Association of Student Governments, serving students from all 17 UNC system campuses, and a 2012 Congressional intern in South Carolina.

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  • J.D., Vanderbilt University Law School, 2017
  • B.A. with honors, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2014


  • American Bar Association
  • South Carolina Bar Association

Licensed In

  • South Carolina


Active Case

Paragard IUD Lawsuit

When choosing an intrauterine device (IUD) as your form of birth control, you rely on manufacturers to provide safe, dependable products, and to be forthcoming about the severity of potential risks. However, thousands of women and health professionals have reported severe complications, including at least 15 deaths to the FDA, allegedly caused by Paragard®.

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