C.R. Bard was slapped with a $3.6 million verdict in the first lawsuit to go to trial involving the medical device manufacturer’s allegedly defective transvaginal mesh. The ruling comes just months after the company agreed to settle thousands of other lawsuits from women who claim to have been injured by the transvagainal mesh. The jury had awarded the plaintiff in the case $5.5 million in damages, but the court slashed the award to $3.6 million after finding some fault with the doctor who had implanted the plaintiff with the company’s Avaulta transvaginal mesh. Transvaginal mesh, also known as bladder sling, ... Read More
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