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Bladder Sling Lawsuits

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Bladder Sling Lawsuits Bladder slings, also known as bladder tacks, bladder tape, TVTs, or TOTs, are strips of synthetic mesh implanted to treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI). TVT refers to transvaginal tape and TOT refers to transobturator tape, both may be composed of synthetic mesh materials.  Synthetic mesh slings made from polypropylene have had serious… Read More »

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Roundup Cancer $10 Billion Settlement

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$10 Billion Roundup Settlement was announced on June 24, 2020:  NYTimes Roundup Settlement. The settlement covers an estimated 95,000 cases and includes $1.25 billion for potential future claims from Roundup customers who may develop the form of cancer known as non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Bayer still faces at least 30,000 claims from plaintiffs who have not agreed to… Read More »

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Transvaginal Mesh Lawyer

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Transvaginal Mesh Settlements Transvaginal Mesh Verdicts TVM litigation has been a mega mass tort with over 100,000 claimants. There have been many large verdicts of significantly injured women damaged by the devices. The verdicts, settlements, manufacturers, products, and jurisdictions follows: 6/19: $500,000 – Dunfee v. Ethicon/JJ (Prolift) PA 5/19: $80+ million – Mesigian v…. Read More »

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Coronavirus Lawsuit

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Wife Sues Cruise Line Over Husband’s Covid-19 Death A Texas woman is suing Princess Cruise Line after her husband contracted COVID-19  on a February Hawaii Islands cruise and died shortly after. Susan and Michael Dorety celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary aboard the Grand Princess cruise ship, which set sail from San Francisco on February… Read More »

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Zantac Cancer Link

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Zantac linked to Cancer Stomach, Bladder,  Kidney, Pancreatic and Colon Cancer have been linked to ingestion of Zantac, the brand name or prescription drug used to treat heartburn or acid indigestion.* *Do not discontinue use of a drug without consulting your doctor or nurse practioner. Investigations have uncovered possible links of at least 60 days of regular use of Zantac… Read More »

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Transvaginal Mesh Verdicts

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Transvaginal Mesh Verdicts TVM litigation has been a mega mass tort with over 100,000 claimants. There have been many large verdicts of significantly injured women damaged by the devices publicized.  The verdicts, settlements, manufacturers, products, and jurisdictions follows: 6/19: $500,000 – Dunfee v. Ethicon/JJ (Prolift) PA 5/19: $80+ million – Mesigian v. Ethicon/JJ PA… Read More »

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Surgical Staples Lawyer

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Surgical Staples Lawsuit Surgical staplers and staples have risks of adverse events causing the FDA to issue a warning letter to healthcare professionals on March 8, 2019. The FDA revealed that from January 1, 2011 to March 31, 2018, they received over 41,000 individual medical device reports for surgical staplers and staples for internal… Read More »

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Roundup News

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Can a chemical in Roundup weed killer cause cancer? Man plans to sue after diagnosis WXYZ (WXYZ) — In September 2017, Phil Corsi went to the doctor complaining about pain after eating. He got a diagnosis he never expected.“I had a large lymphoma that had become cancerous,” said Phil Corsi. His days became filled… Read More »

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$120 Million Transvaginal Mesh Verdict

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  $120 Million Mesh Verdict $120 Million was awarded to a transvaginal mesh plaintiff on April 24, 2019. The jury found that Ethicon, the Johnson and Johnson subsidiary, negligently designed the pelvic mesh implant forcing Susan McFarland to suffer with incontinence and chronic pain that prevented her from having sex with her husband for over… Read More »

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Houston Man Alleges Infection, Maggots Caused by Defective, Unsterile Medical Device

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A Houston man recently filed suit against his doctors and a medical device company after a routine surgery left him with an infected wound, full of maggots, allegedly caused by the faulty use of a defective medical device during his surgery.  Continue reading for details about the case, and contact a dedicated and qualified… Read More »

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