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Texas Judge Reduces Transvaginal Mesh Personal Injury Verdict

Jury Awards $73.4 Million in Personal Injury Damages to Transvaginal Mesh Victim, Judge Cuts Award in Half In a transvaginal mesh personal injury case against Boston Scientific last month, a jury awarded the plaintiff $73.4 million in punitive and compensatory damages for her pain and suffering, as well as ongoing medical expenses. Now, the … [Read more...]

Company To Pay $73 Million to Plaintiff with Transvaginal Mesh Injury

Boston Scientific Found Liable for Transvaginal Mesh Injury in Dallas Trial Boston Scientific has lost a personal injury trial in Dallas, which alleges that the company failed to warn about the potential side effects of its transvaginal mesh devices and was negligent toward patients and doctors. Martha Salazar’s personal injury case was separate … [Read more...]

J&J To Pay Transvaginal Mesh Victim $3.27 Million

Judge Orders Medical Device Manufacturer to Pay $3.27 Million to Transvaginal Mesh Victim in Trial On Friday, September 5th, a jury ruled that a plaintiff in the transvaginal mesh multidistrict litigation (MDL) against Johnson & Johnson and their subsidiary Ethicon were guilty of negligence and misrepresentation. The judge ordered the company … [Read more...]

Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits Will Stay in MDL

Boston Scientific’s Motion to Dismiss Some Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits Denied The federal judge overseeing several multidistrict litigations (MDLs) involving personal injury caused by transvaginal mesh devices has denied a motion from Boston Scientific to dismiss some of the transvaginal mesh lawsuits in the pharmaceutical company’s transvaginal … [Read more...]

2nd Boston Scientific Transvaginal Mesh Bellwether Case

Boston Scientific’s Second Bellwether Case for Transvaginal Mesh Injury Begins Pharmaceutical company Boston Scientific faces its second bellwether case in the multidistrict litigation (MDL) involving its transvaginal mesh and the potential personal injury caused by the medical devices. The bellwether case began on Thursday, August 14th, and was … [Read more...]

UK Mesh Victims Call for Halt on Transvaginal Mesh Surgeries

Scottish Mesh Survivors Call for Halt to Transvaginal Mesh Operations A group of transvaginal mesh victims, the Scottish Mesh Survivors, have asked the UK government to suspend all transvaginal mesh procedures pending a safety inquiry. On the morning of June 3rd, campaigners Elaine Holmes and Olive McIlroy provided evidence about transvaginal … [Read more...]

Fourth Bard Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit Delayed

Fourth Bellwether Lawsuit Against Transvaginal Mesh Manufacturer Delayed One Month The fourth transvaginal mesh personal injury lawsuit against manufacturer C.R. Bard has been postponed for one month. The case, brought forward by Carolyn Jones, has been delayed until January 10th, one month exactly after it was supposed to go to court. The … [Read more...]

Next Transvaginal Mesh Personal Injury Lawsuit Already Underway

Next Case Against Transvaginal Mesh Manufacturer CR Bard Already Going to Trial The second in a series of bellwether cases against transvaginal mesh manufacturer CR Bard is already headed to trial in the US District Court of West Virginia – it began on August 19th, the week after the first CR Bard bellwether case was decided in favor of the … [Read more...]

CR Bard Loses Transvaginal Mesh Bellwether Trial

First Bellwether Trial against Transvaginal Mesh Manufacturer Bard in Favor of Plaintiff On August 16th, the jury in the first bellwether trial against CR Bard decided in favor of the plaintiff, and the transvaginal mesh manufacturer has been ordered to pay $2 million for personal injury. The Charleston, West Virginia transvaginal mesh trial was … [Read more...]

CR Bard Executive Dodges Questions in Transvaginal Mesh Bellwether Case

Judge is “Frustrated” With Executive in Bard Transvaginal Mesh Personal Injury Trial On Thursday, August 8th, Laura Bigby, director of research and development for transvaginal mesh manufacturer CR Bard, was cross-examined by the plaintiff’s lead attorney. She spent three hours dodging questions about transvaginal mesh safety and the validity of … [Read more...]

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