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Lawsuit: Power Morcellator Caused Aggressive Cancer

April 27th, 2016 / No Comment

A power morcellator attorney notes a lawsuit alleging that the power morcellator surgical tool is responsible for the spread of cancer through a plaintiff’s body. The 43-year-old mother had what was supposed to be a routine hysterectomy but her lawsuit claims the device used in the procedure spattered cancer cells throughout her abdomen. Affected women…

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Transvaginal Mesh Injury Cases Settle For $120 Million

April 11th, 2016 / No Comment

Thousands of transvaginal mesh injury cases have been settled with Johnson & Johnson and its Ethicon subsidiary. The $120 million settlement represents the largest transvaginal mesh injury settlement that Johnson & Johnson has reached to date. However, over 44,000 lawsuits are still pending against the company. Affected women may still pursue claims against TVM device…

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Lawsuit: Worker Crushed Because Of Faulty Equipment

April 4th, 2016 / No Comment

A construction injury lawyer notes that a man who allegedly suffered injuries after he was crushed by a 50-foot metal pole at a construction site is seeking more than $50,000 in damages from a defendant he claims failed to properly inspect the equipment in use at the site. Many times following a severe job site…

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