Columbus, OH (PRWEB) April 21, 2013
The transvaginal mesh lawyers at Wright & Schulte LLC, an experienced Ohio personal injury law firm, report that an Ohio federal judge has rejected Boston Scientific’s Motion to Dismiss a vaginal mesh lawsuit filed on behalf of a woman who allegedly suffered complications as a result of the company’s Vesica kit vaginal sling. Court documents indicate that Judge James G. Carr ruled that the transvaginal mesh lawsuit’s claims of negligence, defective manufacture and design, marketing defect, failure to warn, and strict product liability will be allowed to move forward. Among other things, Boston Scientific has argued that the vaginal mesh lawsuit was time-barred due to the two-year statute of limitations governing Ohio personal injury lawsuits. (Case No. 3:12-cv-01080-JGC)
Wright & Schulte LLC is representing numerous women in transvaginal mesh lawsuits filed against Boston Scientific and other manufacturers. The Firm offers free vaginal mesh lawsuit evaluations to victims of vaginal mesh complications. If you or someone you love suffered serious, life-altering transvaginal mesh complications following implantation of pelvic mesh to treat pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence, please visit yourlegalhelp.com, or call toll-FREE 1-800-399-0795 to learn more about your options for legal recourse.
According to the Ohio vaginal mesh lawsuit, the Plaintiff had received Boston Scientific’s Vesica kit vaginal sling in 1998 to treat stress urinary incontinence. Even though she experienced a recurrence of symptoms in 2008, her physician recommended no further treatment. In 2011, however, the Plaintiff suffered vaginal bleeding, increased incontinence, and lower abdominal pain. Her doctor determined her complications were the result of extrusion of the mesh into her vaginal tissue, and the Plaintiff underwent revision surgery to remove the device, according to the
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