An insurance company for C.R. Bard Inc. asked a New York federal court to let it skirt its obligation to cover Bard because the medical device maker did not follow proper protocols with the insurer when it entered into a settlement agreement with plaintiffs in a multidistrict litigation (MDL) alleging Bard’s transvaginal mesh implants cause serious injuries. Starr Surplus Insurance Co. says Bard failed to obtain written consent from excess insurance carriers, including itself, before agreeing to pay millions to settle claims from a 2010 transvaginal mesh MDL. Transvaginal mesh, also called vaginal mesh, pelvic mesh or bladder sling, is ... Read More
Righting Injustice is published by the Beasley Allen Law Firm. If you are interested in a free legal consultation, please take a few moments to fill out the contact form with as many details as possible. The more information you provide us, the better we can evaluate your claim.