In early November, Boston Scientific will be the defendant in a transvaginal mesh lawsuit that will be heard in a federal court in Florida. The lawsuit involves 4 individual claims filed by women who are both Florida residents and received an implant of the Boston Scientific Pinnacle transvaginal mesh.
The 4 individual claims were consolidated in a federal court in West Virginia before being returned to their state of origin for trial.
On October 23, 2014, both parties met for a final pretrial conference.
According to a court document filed in a federal court in West Virginia by U.S. District Judge Joseph R. Goodwin, the trial for these 4 claims will begin on November 3, 2014.
The 4 transvaginal mesh lawsuits to be heard in Florida are:
- Eghnayem v. Boston Scientific Corporation, 2:13-cv-07965 (lead case)
- Dortes v. Boston Scientific Corporation, 2:13-cv-10077 (member case)
- Nunez, et al. v. Boston Scientific Corporation, 2:13-cv-24346 (member case)
- Betancourt v. Boston Scientific Corporation, 2:14-cv-08802 (member case)
Stay tuned to the Carey Danis & Lowe law blog for updates on the consolidated trial.
Carey Danis & Lowe Represents Transvaginal Mesh Users
Based in St. Louis, and representing clients across the country, Carey Danis & Lowe is a law firm that represents women who have used transvaginal mesh products, including the Boston Scientific Pinnacle.
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We are available to listen to your transvaginal mesh story today. You can reach Carey Danis & Lowe by phone at 800.721.2519, or by submitting a confidential personal injury claim form.