Device manufacturers first started paying transvaginal mesh lawsuit settlements back in mid-2013. Now, claims are heating back up again in …
Transvaginal mesh complications interfere with personal relationships by making daily activities difficult to perform.
As a woman’s body ages, complications can occur in the forms of pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence.
When complications occur inside the body, surgical mesh is frequently used as a tool to support various organs.
On June 23, 2015, Covidien agreed to settle upward of 11,000 transvaginal mesh claims involving one of its products.
Boston Scientific was ordered to pay more than $100 million to a woman in Delaware who experienced transvaginal mesh injuries after being implanted with its product.
On May 28, 2015, a Delaware jury ordered Boston Scientific to pay Deborah Barba $100 million to resolve her transvaginal mesh …
Transvaginal mesh injuries have been steadily rising in the past few years as more and women face serious, debilitating injuries.
A federal judge in West Virginia denied Boston Scientific Corp. summary judgment in two separate cases this month, both regarding transvaginal mesh products.
In the wake of mounting concern against transvaginal mesh and its related injuries, TVM manufacturers have begun to reluctantly make settlements to resolve the thousands of lawsuits filed against them.