The second bellwether trial in the Ethicon multidistrict litigation (MDL) is scheduled to begin with jury selection on August 22, 2014, and an official start on August 25. The bellwether case involves the plaintiff Jo Huskey.
Women who have received an implant of Ethicon Gynecare mesh and transvaginal mesh products manufactured by other makers often sustain similar injuries that are related to defective design. One of the major causes of transvaginal mesh injuries is mesh erosion, which occurs when the mesh implant breaks down inside of the patient’s body. During this erosion process, women often report severe pelvic area pain, bleeding, and vaginal discharge.
Earlier this year, Carey Danis & Lowe reported that the first bellwether case in the Ethicon MDL was dismissed. The bellwether case concerned the injuries sustained by plaintiff Carolyn Lewis. Judge Joseph R. Goodwin, who is presiding over the Ethicon MDL in addition to the other six transvaginal mesh MDLs consolidated in a West Virginia federal court, dismissed Lewis’s transvaginal mesh lawsuit due to a lack of evidence.
As a St. Louis law firm that practices defective medical device litigation, Carey Danis & Lowe is committed to providing victims of transvaginal mesh with top-notch legal representation. Our personal injury lawyers understand the pain and suffering dealt by these types of defective products, and as a result, find it imperative to hold accountable the companies behind the products.
Our defective medical device lawyers are currently taking transvaginal mesh cases.
If you or someone you love has sustained injuries from transvaginal mesh, we encourage you to review your legal options and compensation eligibility with Carey Danis & Lowe today. We offer free initial case evaluations with no-obligation.
Share your transvaginal mesh story with Carey Danis & Lowe. Give us a call at 800.721.2519, or complete a confidential personal injury claim form.References: Defective Medical Device litigation, Transvaginal Mesh