Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit News: Second Bard Trial in West Virginia Settled

Boston Scientific Ordered to Release Defective Transvaginal Mesh DocumentsBoston Scientific Ordered to Release Defective Transvaginal Mesh DocumentsThe second C. R. Bard bellwether trial in a West Virginia federal court has been settled.

The plaintiff in the Bard trial in West Virginia, Wanda Queen, filed her transvaginal mesh lawsuit claiming that C. R. Bard’s Avaulta mesh product caused her severe pain. Furthermore, Queen claims to have undergone six surgical operations to repair damages from C. R. Bard mesh.

The settlement, whose amount has not been disclosed, follows the decision delivered by a jury in mid-August ordering Bard to pay $2 million to a plaintiff in compensatory and punitive damages in Cisson v. C. R. Bard, Inc. The case involving plaintiff Donna Cisson was the first bellwether trial in the C. R. Bard multidistrict litigation (MDL) in West Virginia.

Also, in July 2012, a California jury awarded a plaintiff in a C. R. Bard lawsuit $5.5 million for damages and medical expenses, according to a Bloomberg report.

The decisions delivered thus far in C. R. Bard transvaginal mesh lawsuits show a clear trend, and communicate that C. R. Bard will be held responsible for releasing defective products onto the market.

In light of the outcome of these three cases, Carey Danis & Lowe is optimistic about the future of C. R. Bard transvaginal mesh cases. Our transvaginal mesh lawyers encourage those who believe that their injuries stem from receiving an implant of a transvaginal mesh product to contact our law firm to speak with both a medical expert and one of our experienced lawyers.

Get medical advice from one of our nurses about injuries commonly associated with a transvaginal mesh implant. In addition, receive a free legal evaluation about your vaginal mesh case from one of our experienced trial lawyers, who is also available to assist with filing a transvaginal mesh lawsuit.

Contact Carey Danis & Lowe today by calling 800.721.2519 or by submitting a personal injury claim form.

References: Defective Medical Device litigation, Transvaginal Mesh
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