Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit New Jersey - Pelvic Mesh Lawyers New Jersey - Bladder Sling Implant Lawsuits
Have you or a loved one been harmed by mesh erosion or other complications after undergoing pelvic organ repair or other surgery? Our Law Firm can help. We are currently investigating cases involving vaginal mesh, pelvic mesh, and bladder sling devices nationwide. Call us today to get the facts. Call Toll Free 1-866-777-2557 or simply fill out the contact form below and a New Jersey Vaginal Mesh Lawyer will get back to you.
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On July 13, 2011 the FDA issued a safety statement regarding serious complications involving certain surgical mesh. If you have been harmed, you may be entitled to financial compensation from the manufacturer.
FAQ? What sort of information will I need to provide to the defendant if I go forward with the lawsuit? One of the main parts of a lawsuit is discovery (information sharing between the parties). You will likely have to complete some interrogatories with the help of our legal staff. What are interrogatories? Interrogatories are probably the least expensive discovery device and are typically used to obtain basic background information which will lay the groundwork for other requests down the road. They can be helpful in identifying the defendant’s organizational structure, the identity of important documents, and the names and contact information of important witnesses. When filling out interrogatories, one should be especially careful not to provide any information beyond that which is actually called for.
Will I have to give a deposition? Maybe. If you do have to give a deposition, our office will help prepare you. Depositions are not held in front of a judge, but rather typically take place at your attorney or opposing counsel’s office. Although deposition procedures are more relaxed than a trial setting, you do give sworn testimony under oath and your words are recorded and later transcribed by a court report. It is our job to prepare you for the substance of the questions that are likely to be asked. We will show you any documents about which you are likely to be questioned about.
What is the statute of limitations for cases in New Jersey? 2 years for personal injury, and 4 years for breach of warranty claims. New Jersey has a very liberal discovery rule.
Does New Jersey cap punitive damages? Yes, New Jersey’s cap is set at five times the liability of the defendant for compensatory damages or $350,000, which amount is greater.
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We are currently accepting cases in New Jersey including the following cities: Barrington, Caldwell, Bogota, Camden, Clark, Collingswood, Clifton, Durmont, Elizabeth, Emerson, Fanwood, Franklin Lakes, Harrison, Hackensack, Hoboken, Jersey City, Lincoln Park, Kearny, Livingston, Manville, Mendham, Newark, Morris Plains, North Arlington, Ocean Acres, Paterson< Palmyra, Perth Amboy, Ridgefield, Point Pleasant Beach, Roseland, Summit, Somerdale, Trenton, Union City, Wharton, Wildwood, Woodbury, Delaware, Kenvil, Minotola, Allendale, Neshanic Station, Succasunna, Mendham, New Egypt, Park Ridge, Stewartsville, Deerfield Street, Hoboken, McAfee, Brookside, Freehold, Bergenfield, Spotswood, Rahway, Fairview, Elizabeth, Avalon, Wenonah, Stanhope, Cape May,
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