Nearly 400 Australian women have filed transvaginal mesh injury lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson in what may be the biggest product liability class action lawsuit in Australian history. The women claim the company’s surgical mesh product used to treat pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence caused them to suffer chronic or life threatening injuries. Trish Sara joined the lawsuit after suffering complications leading to multiple surgeries during which she had to have part of her bowel removed. She was implanted with a bladder sling in 2008, confident that it would remedy her embarrassing urinary incontinence. However, from the moment ... Read More
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