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    Bladder Sling Case Yields $73.5 Million Jury Verdict

    Posted on - Thursday, February 12, 2015 under Dangerous Drugs & Products

    A Texas jury awarded a 42-year-old woman $73.5 million against Boston Scientific, a Massachusetts medical device company.  The claimant had pelvic surgery for mild incontinence where a Boston Scientific Obtryx Bladder Sling was placed in her body.  Instead of relief from the leaking urine, she suffered severe internal injuries that caused her to be unable to walk or sit normally.  The Texas jury saw the obvious danger of bladder slings and vaginal mesh implants.

    The Georgia Pelvic Mesh Attorneys of The Parian Law Firm, LLC handle bladder sling cases all over America.  Our Georgia Transvaginal Mesh Lawyers know and understand the hardship that you have suffered from the defective medical devices.  In order to be entitled to compensation from the manufacturers of transvaginal mesh, you must have:

    1. Undergone surgery where pelvic mesh, transvaginal mesh, vaginal mesh, or a bladder sling was implanted.

    That is right.  No injuries needed.  If you or someone you know meets this criterion, contact the Georgia Bladder Sling Lawyers of The Parian Law Firm, LLC at (770) 727-5550 to discuss your claims.  We are able to assist you no matter where you live in America.  The manufacturers we are reviewing include:

    • Bard
    • Boston Scientific
    • Ethicon by Johnson & Johnson

    Proven. Personal. Parian.