Transvaginal Mesh Lawyer


Medical Claims, Hernia, Pelvic, and Transvaginal Mesh Attorney

More than 100,000 lawsuits have been filed against the makers of Surgical Mesh devices, alleging the medical devices were defectively designed and caused serious complications. The majority of verdicts have found in favor of victims, some of which have led to multi-million-dollar settlements.

If you or somebody you know was injured by surgery complications due to a faulty mesh implant, you should contact an experienced Transvaginal Mesh Lawyer immediately that offers a free case consultation.

Find an attorney that spends significant time in Medical Malpractice Litigation, Medical Claims, and Claim Settlement, and can get you the cash you deserve with No Upfront Fees.



Kendall Dunson: Welcome to the Beasley Allen Report. I’m Kendall Dunson and Gibson has a night off. Every year many people use a variety of medical devices. Consumers trust that these devices will be safe and will make their lives better. But sometimes they don’t work out the way they were designed and can result in serious injury. Tonight my guest is Beasley Allen attorney, Leigh O’Dell. Leigh joins me to discuss the most common medical devices known to be defective. Thank you for joining me, Leigh.

Atty. Leigh O’Dell: Good to be here. Thank you!

Kendall Dunson: Leigh, let’s start by telling the viewers a little bit about yourself.

Atty. Leigh O’Dell: Well, I’m originally from this area. I grew up in Prattville and went to Auburn and Alabama to Law School. And then I’ve been practicing, now, it’s about 20 years. It’s hard to believe. It’s going that fast.

Kendall Dunson: Time flies when you’re having fun. Leigh, everyone knows about our topic tonight is going to be defective medical devices.

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Bob Ferguson: Good morning everybody! Thank you so much for joining us today we really appreciate it. We’re here today to announce that my office is filing a consumer protection law suit against Johnson & Johnson. The largest manufacturer and seller in the United States of a surgical mesh designed to treat pelvic floor condition in women. The mesh has substantial risk of severe and sometimes debilitating complications. You will be seeing an example of the mesh right here into Lisa’s left.

For more than a decade Johnson & Johnson misrepresented the risks associated with their products taking away the right of thousands of Washington women to make informed decisions about their medical care. Johnson & Johnson sold nearly 12,000 of these mesh devices in Washington State between 2005 and 2015. This is an important consumer protection case because of how harmful misrepresentations work. For many victims, their health and their quality of life were forever changed as a result of this deception.

Sitting upright, lying on their side, walking all became incredibly painful because of the device they and their doctor was assured was proven safe and effective. They are worse off today than they were before they start treatment. These women were robbed of the ability to live and work in the way that they once did. On top of that there’s no safe and reliable way to remove the mesh, and the damage it causes when it is removed can be irreversible. One victim told us, I’m quoting, “I want to go back to work. I want to have a normal life. I don’t get that choice. It’s not even an option anymore.”

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In this video, the opening of a Physiomesh is shown. Here we have Ethicon’s Physiomesh, Ethicon is a subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson recently withdrew the Physiomesh from the market. Ethicon continues to maintain that the Physiomesh was not recalled even though they withdrew the Physiomesh from the market due to reported complications.

I am very excited to open this Physiomesh with you today because it is very difficult to locate an unopened Physiomesh we had one left over after our experiments we thought it would be good to use it for educational purposes. Here we have the instructions for use for the Physiomesh and then the inner packaging of Physiomesh, which is where the device tags are contained. We must locate these in the client’s medical records to prove which mess was actually implanted once we find them we look for things such as the reference number and the lot number.

Let’s get inside this packaging so we can actually see what the Physiomesh looks like. Here we have the inner packaging of the Physiomesh. This mesh is already quite a bit different from the other ones that we have looked at. The first one looks like it has a guiding blue line in the middle.

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