Fourth Philadelphia Pelvic Mesh Injury Lawsuit Ends with $2.16 Million Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson

Ethicon Issues Product Recall of Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh

On May 26, 2017, the fourth pelvic mesh injury case against Johnson & Johnson to reach trial ended with a $2.16 million verdict in favor of Sharon Beltz, a Pennsylvania woman whose lawsuit alleged that J&J subsidiary Ethicon’s surgical mesh product led to permanent injuries including chronic pain. [Read more…]

Defective Surgical Mesh Injury Case Verdict Affirmed by U.S. Court of Appeals

Surgical Mesh Injury Case

As reported by The Legal Examiner, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit upheld the first injury trial jury verdict against transvaginal surgical mesh manufacturer C.R. Bard, a jury award of $2 million in a decision that could affect many thousands of American women allegedly harmed by this medical device known variously as transvaginal mesh (TVM), pelvic mesh, or bladder sling mesh.

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Pelvic Mesh Trial News

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Thousands of injured women nationwide have filed lawsuits in state and federal courts against manufacturers of surgical pelvic mesh implants, claiming that the design of the product was defective and led to serious side effects and permanent injuries. These serious health complications include vaginal mesh erosion, vaginal scarring, contraction or shrinking of the mesh, infection, bleeding, neuro-muscular problems, onset or resurgence of urinary problems, and severe pelvic discomfort and pain.

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