(215) 567-3500

Call Us, We Can Help.

Attorneys at Cohen, Placitella & Roth, P.C.

Transvaginal Mesh

Handling Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Nationwide Cases

Focused on excellence, driven by determination, dedicated to success.

Best Lawyers Best Law Firm Badge for 2020AV Top Ranked Law Firms in 2012 BadgeThe Best Lawyers in America badge

Mesh/Gynecare Product in NJ or PA? Cohen, Placitella & Roth’s Liability Litigation Team Will Fight for Compensation.

The Superior Court of New Jersey, Atlantic County, has designated Cohen, Placitella & Roth as the New Jersey liaison to act on behalf of all parties in the Johnson and Johnson Transvaginal Mesh Medical Device Litigation.

This litigation involves the claims of hundreds of women throughout the country whose alleged injuries as a result of these transvaginal mesh and bladder sling devices include erosion, infection, pain, urinary problems, bleeding, vaginal scarring or shrinkage, pain during sexual intercourse, and recurrence of urinary problems or pelvic organ prolapse.

Transvaginal Mesh Attorneys

Attorney Christopher M. Placitella

Christopher M. Placitella

Mr. Placitella has developed an award-winning reputation for his commitment...

Read more

Rachel A. Placitella

Rachel A. Placitella is a Member of Cohen, Placitella &...

Read more
Attorney Jillian Roman

Jillian A.S. Roman

Ms. Roman also represents individuals injured by defective drugs, products,...

Read more

Talk to an Experienced NJ & PA Lawyer about Your Faulty Medical Device Case for Free

Our firm is currently representing cases pending in New Jersey State Court that are part of this program. We are accepting referrals or co-counsel arrangements for injured parties who desire to file in New Jersey.

Cohen, Placitella & Roth, P.C. offers a
FREE CONSULTATION.
Other Practice Areas
911 Victims Compensation Fund AttorneysDepuy Hip RecallCase SelectionInvestor Security AttorneysTakata Airbag RecallInsurance Subrogation Attorneys
Site by:

$72.5 Million Class Action Settlement Fund Announced

If you or a close relative ever filed an asbestos lawsuit based on exposure to Emtal Talc, used in the manufacturing of industrial products, you could receive a payment from a proposed $72.5 million class action settlement fund.

Visit The Claim Page