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Get a vaginal mesh lawyers for Hackensack, Atlantic City, Paramus, Newark, Paterson, Livingston, Short Hills, Camden, Clifton, Elizabeth, Edison, Jersey City, Toms River and thru-out New Jersey filing vaginal mesh lawsuits for the failed pelvic mesh. The product liability statute of limitations for N.J is 2 years. That statute ran July 2013. Lawyers are still accepting AMS and Boston Scientific lawsuits because they can be moved to the states of the manufacturer. You may also be able to still file your lawsuit if your mesh was implanted after the July 2013 cut off date.
Vaginal Mesh Helpline Is Your Resource Link
We are the New Jersey Trans vaginal mesh women’s resource for women experiencing vaginal mesh complications. You are not alone.Trans vaginal mesh has recently been linked to erosion through the vaginal outer lining of the vagina or epithelium, internal bleeding, infection, urinary problems, recurrence of prolapse, perforation of the bowels, bladder and/or blood vessels, and incontinence.
The Vaginal mesh Helpline Lawyers Covering New Jersey
Our lawyer Network is handling claims against the manufacturers Boston Scientific and AMS. The New Jersey statute of limitations for a product liability lawsuit is 2 years. This statute ran July 2013 but the AMS and Boston Scientific mesh lawsuits can be moved to the state of the manufacturer Minnesota or Massachusetts which is still good to go. Your hospital records will have the manufacturer information for you.
The following is a list of complications associated with Transvaginal Mesh.
- erosion through the vaginal outer lining of the vagina or epithelium
- urinary problems
- recurrent prolapse
- perforation of the bowels, bladder and/or blood vessels
If you are experiencing complications from your Transvaginal Mesh Call the Transvaginal.Vaginal mesh helpline New Jersey to connect to a lawyer and find out more . We are helping New Jersey women Find a Transvaginal mesh lawyer for a Boston Scientific or AMS vaginal mesh.
Some Cases for The Transvaginal Mesh Cases are at the Federal level and are being heard in new Jersey:
Pelvic Mesh Litigation (No. 006341-10 (N.J. Super. Ct.). The consolidated pelvic mesh litigation is composed of all of the transvaginal mesh lawsuits filed in New Jersey state courts.Over 500 Transvaginal Patch Lawsuits Currently Filed Against Manufacturers
Honorable Carol E. Higbee, who is overseeing the consolidated transvaginal mesh lawsuits, In re Pelvic Mesh/Gynecare Litigation (No. 006339-10 (NJ. Super. Ct.)), pending in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Atlantic County, set a trial date of November 5, 2012 for the first group of transvaginal mesh lawsuits.* Specifically, on , Judge Higbee issued a scheduling order for the initial bellwether trials. The order includes a detailed schedule for early depositions, an outline regarding the selection process for the bellwether cases and a pre-trial schedule. The purpose of these “bellwether” trials is to try cases that are representative of plaintiffs’ claims generally and to determine the strength of plaintiffs’ claims and the extent of defendants’ potential liability. Cases to begin November 2012
New Jersey Vaginal mesh Lawsuit filed
A complaint was filed on June 11, 2012, for a New Jersey resident E. M. against Johnson & Johnson and company subsidiary Ethicon Inc. of Somerville, N.J., in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Atlantic City. The case is Matthews v. Ethicon Inc., et al., No. ATL-L-4054-12.
Ms. Matthews was implanted with Ethicon’s Gynecare Prolift and TVT Secur products during a surgical procedure performed in November 2007. After receiving the implants, she suffered various internal injuries and assorted health problems that persist to this day.
Notice Breaking News
Johnson & Johnson announced a request filed with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to stop selling the Gynecare Prolift, Prolift+ M, TVT Secur and Prosima surgical mesh products. In March, the FDA announced that Johnson & Johnson sold the Gynecare Prolift product for three years without proper regulatory approval. The FDA earlier ordered Johnson & Johnson and several other vaginal mesh implant manufacturers to study organ damage and other health problems associated with the products.
More than 400 transvaginal mesh lawsuits have been filed in New Jersey against Ethicon, Inc., a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, and its Gynecare mesh products. In total, nearly 600 women have already filed lawsuits against manufacturers of defective transvaginal mesh patches.
There are currently 219 cases listed in New Jersey against transvaginal mesh manufacturers, including C.R. Bard Inc. and Johnson & Johnson. These are in addition to the multidistrict litigation of West Virginia filed solely against Bard.
Johnson & Johnson’ Ethicon unit is facing a number of lawsuits over its Gynecare Prolift product, a newer type of transvaginal mesh being used in pelvic organ prolapse repair (POP) surgery. According to a report from ABC News, more than 100 lawsuits have been filed by women who claim Gynecare Prolift transvaginal mesh has caused them to suffer from urinary incontinence, pain, infections and other debilitating complications. More than 400 lawsuits are pending in New Jersey state court against Ethicon, a division of Johnson & Johnson, for injuries allegedly caused.
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New Brunswick, NJ, US 08903
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