incontinence from vaginal mesh surgery

NOVEMBER 2015 – Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon Prosima device is the center of a trial in progress currently in Dallas. The testimony stated that although medical professionals were aware that there are safer natural alternatives to the mesh product, doctors proceeded to permanently implant a temporary vaginal support device that may be defective. Ethicon’s victims,

 

NOVEMBER 2015 – On October 16, 2015, in the US District Court for the Western District of North Carolina, the federal jury ruled in favor of Boston Scientific Corp., in a case regarding the risks and dangers of transvaginal mesh (TVM). The Uphold TVM manufacturer was stated to have no liability for flaws in

 

NOVEMBER 2015 – Juries across the US have awarded numerous settlements to victims of defective transvaginal mesh (TVM) products this year alone. Thousands more women have filed claims, due to injuries and complications following TVM surgeries. Boston Scientific is one transvaginal mesh manufacturer who paid millions this year to victims. One jury took only

AUGUST 2015 – Women who received bladder sling and pelvic support products in surgeries have reported severe complications for many years. Recently, a major vaginal mesh manufacturer announced a group settlement upwards of $200 million for the victims of its transvaginal mesh products. There were many root causes of the surgical complications that these women