If you have experienced pain and complications after surgery with Avaulta mesh, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit against the manufacturer. There are currently hundreds of Avaulta mesh lawsuits pending in federal courts in New Jersey and West Virginia. These lawsuits seek compensation for serious injuries and complications caused by the device. The lawsuits also aim to hold manufacturers of the product accountable for their negligence and reckless corporate conduct.
One Of The Most Recent Lawsuits To Result In A Large Verdict Is The Cisson Case
One of the most recent lawsuits to result in a large verdict is the Cisson case, which was the first vaginal mesh case to go to trial. The jury found that C.R. Bard Medical was aware that the Avaulta mesh was defective and would cause serious harm to women. However, the company has opted to settle the case and avoid a large jury award.
The FDA issued a safety communication about the use of Avaulta mesh for pelvic organ prolapse in 2011. The FDA noted that complications associated with the procedure were rare, but that mesh surgeries did not alleviate symptoms more than non-mesh procedures. Then in July 2012, C.R. Bard recalled its Avaulta Plus vaginal mesh after receiving a $3.6 million verdict from a woman who was suffering from POP. Avaulta mesh lawsuits have been filed in federal court, and Johnson & Johnson and American Medical Systems have reached settlements of their own.
The Bard Avaulta mesh lawsuit allege that the mesh is dangerous and has caused severe pain and other problems. They say the mesh is made of polypropylene, which is not compatible with human tissue. It can also cause an inflammatory response in the pelvic area, which can lead to painful complications. In addition, the mesh can damage organs and nerves, which can cause painful complications and a long recovery time.