Personal Injury Blog

Talcum Powder Litigation

Talcum Powder Litigation Lawyers across the country are meeting to discuss the $72 million verdict recently secured for a client who developed ovarian cancer after regularly using talcum powder products for feminine hygiene. These products were made and sold by Johnson & Johnson and are called Baby Powder and Shower to Shower body powder. The verdict […]

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Bard Loses Appeal of $2 Million Transvaginal Mesh Verdict

Bard Loses Appeal of $2 Million Transvaginal Mesh Verdict C.R.Bard Inc. lost its appeal of a jury’s $2 million verdict in a bellwether trial that found the medical device maker liable for a woman’s injuries from defective vaginal mesh implants when the Fourth Circuit found the trial court properly decided which evidence to exclude. A […]

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IVC Filters – A Litigation Guide

IVC Filters – A Litigation Guide A significant number of recent product-liability suits involve the implantation of dangerous medical devices that result in a patient’s injury, for which they are entitled to seek relief. The medical field is constantly evolving as it continues to utilize new technologies and introduce new techniques to administer treatments. One […]

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