HERNIA MESH LAWSUIT UPDATE: Transfer of Federal Bard/Davol Hernia Mesh Cases to Ohio

Hernia Mesh Lawsuits

On August 2, 2018, the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) created a new MDL for the federal lawsuits alleging injury caused by polypropylene hernia mesh products manufactured by C.R. Bard Inc. and subsidiary Davol Inc.  (The alleged injuries include adhesions, damage to organs, inflammatory and allergic responses, foreign body rejection, migration, infections and other injury.) In…

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Hernia Mesh Complications – Litigation Update

Hernia Mesh Lawsuits

Lawsuits have been filed and many more are expected to be filed resulting from injuries alleged to be caused by the synthetic hernia repair product, Physiomesh, sold by Ethicon, Inc./Johnson & Johnson, (as well as C-Qur, sold by Atrium Medical Corporation). The lawsuits alleged that these hernia mesh products are defective and that Ethicon and…

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Defective Surgical Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Continue to Be Filed

Hernia Mesh Litigation

Lawsuits have been filed and many more are expected to be filed resulting from injuries alleged to be caused by Physiomesh, sold by Ethicon, Inc./Johnson & Johnson, and C-Qur, sold by Atrium Medical Corporation. The lawsuits alleged that these hernia mesh products are defective and that Ethicon and Atrium failed to warn patients and their…

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