New Jersey Bellwether Cases Moving Along Satisfactorily, Reports Say

20/07/2013 03:34
Vaginal mesh lawsuits filed in New Jersey seem to be moving along well, according to online reports, citing details of a court order issued on May 31, 2013.  The order coming from the Atlantic County Superior Court lays down guidelines on the preservation and testing of explanted devices and tissue samples to be used in the first bellwether cases.
It was learned from the injury lawyer newswire that the first of these bellwether cases against C.R. Bard is scheduled to start on September 23, 2013. This court order was intended to make sure that medical evidences relevant to these legal claims are preserved properly.
The Rottenstein Law Group, which accepts clients injured by vaginal mesh devices, has taken note of how these cases filed in New Jersey have moved along satisfactorily. Miss Rochelle Rottenstein, principal of the Rottenstein Law Group, has remarked on the importance of the proper handling of evidence by stressing that the explanted transvaginal mesh could help plaintiffs win their cases.