Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit Settlement Updates

Several reports and lawsuits claimed have indicated that mesh manufacturers either tried to conceal, manipulate or avoid negative reports related to their transvaginal mesh products. In some cases, the manufacturers are accused of conducting inadequate field studies before releasing the products. As a result, many patients suffered serious health complications, permanent disabilities and debilitating pain. If you or a loved one has suffered complications resulting from transvaginal implants, contact our team today to learn more about your legal options

Cases Still Arising With Pelvic Mesh Devices

Personal injury cases involving pelvic mesh, transvaginal mesh and hernia mesh implants are still on the rise, with attorneys receiving a steady flow of new clients who are coming forward to seek compensation for injuries caused by these high-risk and sometimes faulty devices. Read more

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American Medical Systems Moves to Settle Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits; Others Expected to Follow Suit

American Medical Systems (AMS) — one of several transvaginal mesh manufacturers that’s at the center of hundreds of lawsuits from women who’ve sustained injuries from the allegedly defective medical implant devices — has moved to offer settlements in many of … Read more

Over 67,000 Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits on the Docket in W. Virginia Federal Court

A stagerring 67,500+ lawsuits are on the docket in the Southern District of West Virginia Federal Court as part of seven multi-district litigation (MDL) cases against a number of transvaginal mesh manufacturers, including Ethicon Inc., American Medical Systems Inc., Boston Scientific Corp and C.R. Bard Inc., Coloplast Corp., Cook Medical Inc. and Neomedic International. Read more

Boston Scientific Corp. Ordered to Pay $18.5 Million in Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit

Transvaginal mesh manufacturer Boston Scientific Corp. has been ordered to pay $18.5 million to four women who suffered permanent ill effects as a result of the mesh implant. Read more

Two Transvaginal Mesh Settlements Announced

Two transvaginal mesh manufacturers have announced settlements with women who suffered complications and other adverse health effects as the result of a transvaginal mesh device. Boston Scientific Corp. has agreed to a whopping $73 million settlement to a Texas woman … Read more

Transvaginal Mesh Manufacturer C.R. Bard Settles 500+ Lawsuits

C.R. Bard, manufacturer of Avaulta transvaginal mesh panels that have been at the center of thousands of lawsuits, has reportedly agreed to a settlement in over 500 personal injury cases, filed by women who were reportedly injured as a result of the implant. Read more

Endo Offers $830 Million Settlement for 20,000 Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits

Endo International, parent company of American Medical Systems, Inc., has offered to pay out a sum of approximately $830 million to about 20,000 women who have filed vaginal mesh lawsuits after receiving vaginal mesh implants that resulted in serious complications. … Read more

FDA Issues Warning to Transvaginal Mesh Maker American Medical Systems

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning to American Medical Systems following a visit to Minnetonka, Minnesota manufacturing plant that makes pelvic mesh devices, which are at the center of thousands of personal injury lawsuits. The … Read more

Law Firm Sanctioned for Moving Pelvic Mesh Lawsuit to a New Court as Stalling Tactic

A law firm, Drinker, Biddle & Reath LLP, has been slapped with sanctions for allegedly bringing their pelvic mesh lawsuit to a federal court in West Virginia. This move, which has been called a stalling tactic in order to delay … Read more

FDA Calls for More Stringent Regulations Surrounding Pelvic Mesh

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is calling for stricter safety regulations governing pelvic mesh implants, which are commonly used to perform surgical repairs for conditions such as pelvic organ prolapse. Under the new FDA proposal that was issued … Read more

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