Ella Ebaugh recently survived a grueling five-week trial against Johnson & Johnson over complications from two pelvic mesh implants. She was awarded $57 million.
Many of you know her as Still Standing. Still writes frequently in the comment section of www.meshnewsdesk.com. She prefers to remain anonymous due to her litigation.
It had to happen. The hundreds of millions of dollars resulting from the 5% common benefit fund, $500m? needs to be divided among law firms involved with mesh litigation. Can you say contentious?
Mary Dixon, the woman who was fighting for her late mother, attempting to take her wrongful death claim against J&J over its pelvic mesh, to court, will have to proceed with no legal help.
Members of the Mesh Awareness Movement (MAM) are featured in the new documentary, The Bleeding Edge, which premiered in NYC in April 2018, highlighting women's medical devices that harm.