$5.6 Million Dollar Mesh Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson

A California jury rendered a $5.6 million dollar verdict against Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon Unit in the first trial against the TVT Abbrevo in Kern County, California.  Jurors found the manufacturer was liable for design defect and for failing to warn about its risk to Coleen Perry.  Ms. Perry was implanted with the Ethicon TVT [...]

March 5th, 2015|Transvaginal Mesh|Comments Off on $5.6 Million Dollar Mesh Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson

West Virginia Federal Jury Awards $3.27 Million Verdict against Johnson and Johnson’s Ethicon

In another victory for plaintiffs against vaginal-mesh implant manufacturers, a federal jury in West Virginia found for the plaintiff Jo Huskey and ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $3.27 million.  Jurors found that J&J defectively designed the Ethicon TVT-O sling and failed to properly warn doctors and patients the device could erode, subsequently damaging organs [...]

September 5th, 2014|Drug and Medical Device Litigation, Transvaginal Mesh|Comments Off on West Virginia Federal Jury Awards $3.27 Million Verdict against Johnson and Johnson’s Ethicon