Shine Lawyers' Class Actions department are currently handling two distinct actions for faulty mesh implants - the Johnson & Johnson Class Action and the AMS Class Action. If you believe you may have been impacted by one of these products, or simply want more information on prolapse mesh class actions, get in touch with Shine Lawyers today.
Johnson & Johnson Mesh Class Action
Shine Lawyers has commenced a class action against Johnson & Johnson Medical Pty Ltd and Ethicon for faulty vaginal mesh implants that have had devastating impacts on thousands of women across Australia.
The trial against Johnson & Johnson Medical for its vaginal mesh implants begun in Sydney on 4 July 2017, and is one of the largest of its kind in Australian history. Shine Lawyers has brought the action on behalf of all women across the country who have received the implants and suffered devastating, irreparable complications.
If you believe you have been impacted by a Johnson & Johnson mesh implant, it is not too late to join the class action and seek compensation for your suffering. Contact a member of Shine Lawyers' Class Actions department today, and we will begin investigations on your behalf.
The implants and complications that are covered by these proceedings are described in our pleadings which are accessible below.
Supporting Documents for the Johnson & Johnson Mesh Class Action
- Sixth Further Amended Originating Application
- Sixth Further Amended Statement of Claim
- Defence to the Sixth Further Amended Statement of Claim
American Medical Systems Mesh Class Action
Shine Lawyers' Class Actions department are currently also running a class action against American Medical Systems (AMS), the manufacturers of mesh and tape implants. The AMS implants are used to treat pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence, but have left many Australian women with severe complications.
If you have received an AMS implant and wish to join the class action, contact Shine Lawyers today and we will investigate your claim.
The implants and complications that are covered by these proceedings are described in our pleadings accessible below.