Latest J&J Pelvic Mesh Injury Case Kicks Off In Philly

Law360, Philadelphia (May 23, 2017, 3:40 PM EDT) -- The latest in a string of cases over a Johnson & Johnson unit’s allegedly defective pelvic mesh kicked off in Pennsylvania state court on Tuesday, as a jury heard arguments a woman had been left facing chronic pain after being implanted with one of the products nearly seven years ago.

Bryan Aylstock, an attorney with Aylstock Witkin Kreis & Overholtz PLLC, told a panel of Philadelphia County jurors that an Ethicon Inc. mesh product that Kimberly Adkins was implanted with in July 2010 to treat her incontinence had eroded into her vagina, causing significant pain and largely robbing her of the...

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