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Verdict of $3.3 Million for Plaintiff Against Bard in IVC Filter Case

For the third time in less than five weeks, Bard has been hit with a verdict in an IVC filter case. Ben C. Martin of Martin Baughman, Dallas, Texas, reports that the verdict, rendered today in federal court in Madison, Wisconsin, occurred after three days of jury deliberation. The unanimous jury of seven found in…

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Federal Dallas Jury Awards Plaintiff $2.55 million in Bard IVC Filter Case

On Friday May 28, a federal jury in Dallas, Texas, awarded $2.55M to a plaintiff against CR Bard Inc. and Bard Peripheral Vascular Inc., manufacturers of the Bard IVC filter line of medical devices. The plaintiff, Shanequeia Marie Wright, was represented by Laura J. Baughman and Ben C. Martin of Martin Baughman PLLC. Wright was…

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Wrongful Death & Catastrophic Injury

CBS 11 I-Team speaks with Martin Baughman Law Firm over KCS Railway Negligence in Railroad Crossing Death.

Brian New of CBS I-Team spoke with attorneys Laura Baughman and Ben Martin regarding the neglect and liability of Kansas City Southern Railway in the death of Sue Rigsby, who died after a train collided with her vehicle at a railroad crossing in Campbell, Texas. It has been more than four years since the substandard…

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Martin Baughman Receives an Unprecedented Verdict in Railroad Crossing Death Case

Dallas, Texas, June 10, 2019. A Dallas, Texas jury has found the Kansas City Southern Railway liable for the death of Ladonna Sue Rigsby, who died after a train collided with her vehicle at a railroad crossing in Campbell, Texas in Hunt County, just northeast of Dallas. Ms. Rigsby, of Greenville, Texas, was operating her…

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IVC Filter Complications

Verdict of $3.3 Million for Plaintiff Against Bard in IVC Filter Case

For the third time in less than five weeks, Bard has been hit with a verdict in an IVC filter case. Ben C. Martin of Martin Baughman, Dallas, Texas, reports that the verdict, rendered today in federal court in Madison, Wisconsin, occurred after three days of jury deliberation. The unanimous jury of seven found in…

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Federal Dallas Jury Awards Plaintiff $2.55 million in Bard IVC Filter Case

On Friday May 28, a federal jury in Dallas, Texas, awarded $2.55M to a plaintiff against CR Bard Inc. and Bard Peripheral Vascular Inc., manufacturers of the Bard IVC filter line of medical devices. The plaintiff, Shanequeia Marie Wright, was represented by Laura J. Baughman and Ben C. Martin of Martin Baughman PLLC. Wright was…

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Transvaginal Mesh

Victims get nothing from Texas’s $8.8 million settlement with pelvic mesh manufacturer

Martin Baughman and their client Jennifer Snowden are committed to spreading the word to women regarding the devastating pain and suffering that pelvic mesh products cause. Unfortunately, the fact that some transvaginal mesh products are still on the market does not mean they are safe. The FDA does not test or study these products, nor…

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Problems With Transvaginal Surgical Mesh

Transvaginal surgical mesh procedures have become problematic. These procedures include implanting a synthetic or biological material in order to repair weakened or damaged tissue and organs, often in a woman’s pelvic area. The diagnosis is typically referred to as pelvic organ prolapse (“POP”), or stress urinary incontinence (“SUI”). In 2008, the FDA issued a Public…

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