Attorney Sean Jez talks about the recent Exactech issued recall for over 230,000 implants across the United States. Implants created in 2004 or later may have been compromised due to packaging issues, potentially leading patients to suffer from bone loss and revision surgery.
Attorneys Sean Jez and Sylvia Davidow were able to present enough evidence to convince an appellate court to reverse a district court’s dismissal ruling. This breathes new life to the case, and gives another opportunity for our team to fight for justice.
The Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation on June 7 decided to send 73 lawsuits from a federal court in New York to a federal court in Massachusetts.
In 2021, Exactech issued a recall for over 147,000 knee and ankle implants and over 90,000 hip implants across the United States. Implants created in 2004 or later may have been compromised due to packaging issues, potentially leading patients to suffer from bone loss and revision surgery.
A Florida Federal jury awarded $8 million in damages to a serviceman who suffered hearing loss while using 3M earplugs. This ruling is a part of a string of bellwether lawsuits against the diversified technology company.
Talcum powder is an ingredient used in some baby powders and have recently been linked to ovarian cancer. This has triggered an onslaught of lawsuits against the manufacturers.
After speaking with a healthcare professional, we typically assume the treatment that is being prescribed is going to add positive benefits to our overall health. In some cases, however, this ideal is tested. A great example to this is the recent recall of CPAP machines issued by Philips Respironics.
Hernia mesh prosthetic implants have been associated with severe complications, often requiring revision surgeries. In response, many have initiated legal action against the faulty hernia mesh products.