Lawyer Wins $4.8M Jury Verdict in Hernia Mesh Trial

A Hawaii man won $4.8 million in a hernia mesh lawsuit.  Becton, Dickinson and Co’s C.R. Bard Inc subsidiary must pay the $4.8 million to Paul Trevino, who said he suffered serious complications after being implanted with the company’s hernia repair mesh.  The Rhode Island attorney who served as the lead counsel for Trevino said that he is “delighted by the verdict” and that “the jury system worked” for his client.
The verdict came after a month-long trial, and BD is facing more than 30,000 similar lawsuits over its hernia mesh devices.
Mesh devices have been the subject of many legal challenges over the years, proving to be one of medical technologies greatest modern failures.  Pelvic mesh products in particular have caused a lot of trouble. (Reuters) (BizJournals)
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