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*NEW – Pelvic Mesh Litigation Ahead

Gavel  500For those court watchers who may want to attend a pelvic mesh trial, here are the upcoming actions around the country.  Please be advised there may be more, but these have recently come to the attention of Mesh News Desk.   This list will be expanded as more lawsuits make their way to court.

At the present time, there are 72,000 pelvic mesh actions filed in the federal court in West Virginia alone!

As it has become apparent the court was never set up for that many cases, settlements will be forthcoming, when and by which of the seven manufacturers is a closely held secret,  [with the exception of American Medical Systems which at the present time is secretly settling its cases, with no disclosure or admission of liability,  under parent company Endo.]

Here is the schedule. Please attend if you can or find a buddy to attend with:

We have Perry v Ethicon going on now- Bakersfield CA – Cartmell, Freese and Goss, de la Cerda

 

Debra Wise v. Bard, February 18, 2015, Charleston – Garrard, Blasingame 

 

Figueroa  v.  Boston Scientific, February 23, 2015, Dallas,  Tx  – Freese and Goss

 

Bellew  v. Ethicon, Charleston, WV –  March  2,  Ben Anderson  

 

Boston Scientific  trial in Delaware – May 4, 2015  – Motley Rice

 

 

15 Comments

  1. Diane Elliott says:

    How many more days left for the one in Bakersfield? May be able next week. Have the flu.

  2. paula says:

    My mom suffers everyday. 6 years going on 7 she’s not the same person… She can’t hold her grandkids she’s in bed 24/7 ethicon has done nothing for my mom she’s looking everything… I’m so sad bout this mesh

  3. Bilal Robinson says:

    I would like to attend any hearing in california. .can you please post info

  4. Aaron Leigh says:

    Thank you Jane. I’ll publish on TMWF too!

  5. Aaron Leigh says:

    Jane, do we know which courthouses for the trials yet?

  6. It’s time that mesh companys start paying for the harm they have caused woman and the families of the woman that the have had to watch suffer.

  7. Diane Elliott says:

    Bilal Robinson, where are you in Ca? I am staying in Redlands until my surgery. Maybe we could rideshare if close enough? Diane

  8. Dawn says:

    Common denominator???

    POLYPROPYLENE…

    Why can’t the courts make it simple?

    This material was never tested properly, so pay up !

    The manufacturers took a chance and it backfired, we the victims now have poor health and pain for the rest of our lives.

    How do you measure who has been harmed the most ? Most surgeries?? What if some of us really did our homework and researched, coming to the conclusion that one complete revision surgery is the best option.. Should we not receive as much compensation??

    Why can’t they pay according to device?

    I don’t know what the answers are

  9. Lorri says:

    I truly believe that we all should be compensated according to prior to mesh how was your health, then age at the time of implant, if mesh has caused you to loose spouse or ruined sex life, the length of time mesh was implanted before it was extracted, and if the mesh failed and you had to have a repair/revision; and mainly pain & suffering to be compensated beginning with $1million!

  10. Bec says:

    I live about 40 minutes from Charleston think I will try to attend some of these.

  11. Christy says:

    Are there any Attorneys in Arizona for the Ethicon Polypropylene mesh for hernia repair?

    Christy

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