News/ColumnsAmanda Bronstad, The National Law Journal
Consolidated Trials Drawing Fire From Defense as Unfair
In a trial involving four women suing over an allegedly defective transvaginal mesh device, a Miami jury was faced with an assortment of claims. Some of the women felt like they had a ball between their legs. Some had pain during sex, while others didn't. They all went to different doctors, at different times, for different surgeries. But the jury's verdict showed little difference. Each woman got more than $6.5 million.
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