For women who were implanted with vaginal mesh, a class action is probably not the best way to proceed. Read more »
A woman was awarded $11.1 million by a jury after trial of her case against mesh manufacturer Johnson & Johnson/Ethicon. Read more »
What happens next depends in large part on whether the manufacturer is willing to settle the case out of court. Read more »
Trials are underway in federal courts for consolidations of cases involving six manufacturers, with some resulting in either damages awards verdicts or settlements. Five manufacturers are in talks to settle several thousand mesh lawsuits. Read more »
Part of what it takes is having a good case, which means a lot of supporting evidence to demonstrate harm suffered by the mesh. Read more »
It comes down to a couple key factors. Read more »
In Mesh Litigations, How Are Attorneys Paid? How Long Does It Take To Get Paid If I Win My Mesh Lawsuit?
Attorneys are typically paid a percentage—and only if they win. Should they win, how long it takes to get your money depends on several circumstances. Read more »
The deadline depends on where you live and the date of the surgery, among other things. Read more »
At least a couple of the manufacturers of mesh have stopped selling their mesh products. Read more »
Vaginal mesh refers to a semi-permeable barrier implanted as a reinforcement structure to keep internal organs in place. Read more »
Bladder prolapse is a condition marked by the bladder’s descent into the vagina. Read more »
POP refers to the descent of a woman’s pelvic organs into her vaginal opening. Read more »
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