Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit

What Kinds of Damages are Available in a Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit?

Women who have been injured by the use of transvaginal mesh have the legal right to recover for their economic and non-economic losses that have occurred as a result. Because every case is different, victims should be certain to discuss their situation with an attorney familiar with transvaginal mesh lawsuits.

In recent years, many serious safety issues have come to light regarding the use of transvaginal mesh to treat certain medical conditions. In response to safety concerns, several manufacturers ...

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Coloplast Begins to Settle Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits

Coloplast, a Danish manufacturing company, has begun to settle approximately 400 vaginal mesh lawsuits. According to Bloomberg News, the combined settlements are expected to total about $16 million, with the average payment being about $40,000.

Risks of Vaginal Mesh Inserts

Vaginal mesh inserts are designed to treat urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse by holding up internal organs. However, these devices have been known to erode over time, contract ...

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Another legal decision against Ethicon

A judge recently ordered Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon division to pay Irish health care products manufacturer Covidien $176.5 million in damages over a patent dispute, Bloomberg reports.

At the conclusion of a non-jury trial, U.S. District Judge Janet Bond Arterton in New Haven, Conn., ruled that Ethicon infringed three U.S. patents for ultrasonic surgical instruments owned by Covidien.

Ethicon recently suffered another multi-million setback, in the form of an $11.1 million jury award ...

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Court Records: Mesh Maker Knowingly Used Unsafe Plastic

According to court records, the company CR Bard Inc. used a type of resin-based plastic for its transvaginal mesh devices, despite being warned that the plastic wasn’t suitable for implantation in humans, Bloomberg reports.

Transvaginal mesh implants, made by a number of different manufacturers, are used to treat urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. They have generated widespread complaints of breaking down in patients’ bodies and causing health problems including infections, chronic pain and organ perforation.

In February, ...

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Medications available for urinary incontinence

According to the Mayo Clinic, the underlying cause and severity of urinary incontinence determine what type of treatment may be most appropriate.

Medication is often used in conjunction with behavioral techniques, such as bladder training, scheduled bathroom trips and fluid and diet management. While there are pros and cons to different types of treatment, one in particular has proven to be dangerous for many patients.

Transvaginal mesh implants, marketed as a treatment for ...

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First Federal Transvaginal Mesh Claim Going to Trial

woman in pain due to transvaginal meshAn article from the Daily Report Online describes a woman in Georgia who filed the first federal claim against one of the Transvaginal mesh manufacturers. The claim against C.R. Bard detailed the health problems she’s endured as a result of receiving a vaginal mesh implant. She explains the Transvaginal mesh device was implanted to solve prior bladder problems, but it only made matters worse. She immediately sought medical help for ...

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