American Medical Systems settled nearly 100 transvaginal mesh lawsuits. According to a court document recently filed in the American Medical Systems multidistrict litigation (MDL), Judge Joseph R. Goodwin granted a Joint Motion to Dismiss Without Prejudice 95 cases.
The reason for dismissal is that American Medical Systems settled the cases.
One of the settled cases involves a plaintiff and her spouse; the plaintiff received an implant of the American Medical Systems MiniArc Sling in 2009.
The plaintiff’s claim cites negligence, design and manufacturing defects, failure to warn, fraudulent concealment, and punitive damages among a number of other allegations. Also, the plaintiff’s spouse, who is named as a plaintiff in lawsuit, cited loss of consortium.
As of April 24, 2015, the couple’s lawsuit is settled.
The defective medical device lawyers at Carey Danis & Lowe are pleased that American Medical Systems is making considerable headway in settling vaginal mesh lawsuits. The women named in these lawsuits have been waiting years for closure, and now, some of them finally have it.
Were you injured by vaginal mesh or a bladder sling?
Carey Danis & Lowe represents women who have been injured by vaginal mesh and bladder slings manufactured by American Medical Systems, a unit of Endo. Our personal injury lawyers are currently investigating these types of cases; so if you have suffered physical and emotional injuries from vaginal mesh, we encourage you to contact us for a free legal consultation.
During our free legal consultations, one of our attorneys will guide you through your legal options and compensation eligibility; and if applicable, we will walk you through the process of filing a transvaginal mesh lawsuit.
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