Philly Pelvic Mesh Trial Ends In Largest Verdict Against Ethicon
A Philadelphia jury awarded $57m to a woman who says she was injured by Ethicon pelvic mesh products in the fifth judgement against the company in the city’s Court of Common Pleas.
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Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Ethicon has been ordered to pay $41m to a plaintiff who says she was injured by the company’s pelvic mesh products.
The company’s Ethicon business unit was cleared on allegations a pelvic mesh product had injured a Texas woman, while a jury in a separate trial issued a $247m award to patients claiming injury from the DePuy Orthopaedics Pinnacle hip.
Endo International announced plans this week to pay $775m to settle 22,000 US claims. Meanwhile, J&J is launching its sixth mesh lawsuit in Philadelphia and questioning jurisdiction.