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May 02

Manufacturer Settles Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits for $830M

By Joe Messa

Philadelphia personal injury attorneys have reported often about defective vaginal mesh implants that leave recipients with organ damage, pelvic injuries, incontinence, and other negative results. Recently, Johnson and Johnson subsidiary Ethicon planned to stop selling four of it’s mesh models, and Johnson and Johnson paid millions to settle lawsuits concerning defective vaginal mesh. On April […]

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Jun 06

Personal Injury Lawyers: Johnson & Johnson Plans to Stop Selling Vaginal Mesh Implants that Have Caused Injuries

By Cesar Pinto

Personal Injury Lawyers: Johnson & Johnson Plans to Stop Selling Vaginal Mesh Implants that Have Caused Injuries Personal injury lawyers have recently learned that Johnson & Johnson says it will stop selling four of its vaginal mesh implant devices worldwide. Ethicon, a Johnson & Johnson division, manufactures the devices used to treat incontinence and shore […]

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Mar 29

Personal Injury Lawyers Weigh In on Proposed New Legislation to Strengthen FDA Approval Process

By Cesar Pinto

Personal Injury Lawyers Weigh In on Proposed New Legislation to Strengthen FDA Approval Process A new proposed bill, the Safety of Untested and New Devices (SOUND) Act, was introduced by Representative Edward Markey at a press conference last week. The bill would allow the Food and Drug Administration to require medical device manufacturers seeking approval […]

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Mar 21

Personal Injury Attorneys: Johnson and Johnson Sold Vaginal Mesh Implant Before Getting FDA Approval

By Cesar Pinto

Personal Injury Attorneys: Johnson and Johnson Sold Vaginal Mesh Implant Before Getting FDA Approval Personal injury attorneys have filed more than 550 lawsuits on behalf of women claiming that Johnson & Johnson’s vaginal mesh implant, Gynecare Prolift, is responsible for their injuries. Gynecare Prolift, manufactured by Johnson and Johnson’s Ethicon, and other vaginal mesh devices, […]

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