Power Morcellator Lawsuit Filed by Southern Med Law Alleges Wife’s Death Resulted from Cancer Spread via Uterine Morcellation
"According To The Power Morcellator Lawsuit, Filed By Southern Med Law, Decedent Had No Evidence Of Disseminated Or Metastatic Cancer Prior To Undergoing A Hysterectomy In March 2012 Which Involved The Use Of A Power Morcellator"
Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) March 31, 2015
Dr. François Blaudeau, the founder of Southern Med Law, is serving as Lead Counsel in a power morcellator lawsuit filed on behalf of a Pennsylvania woman who died as a result of metastatic leiomyosarcoma, a rare and aggressive form of uterine cancer, in February 2013. The complaint, which was filed by her husband and is currently pending in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, alleges that the power morcellator used during her March 2012 hysterectomy was responsible for spreading the undiagnosed malignancy. The Morcellator lawsuit names LiNA Medical US d/b/a LiNA Medical, Blue Endo and Ethicon Inc. as defendants. The original power morcellator cancer lawsuit was originally filed the women was still living. The complaint has recently been amended and refiled to reflect the women's passing.(No. 5:14-cv-1557)
As both an attorney and practicing obstetrician/ gynecologist with a specialization in advanced gynecological surgery, Dr. Blaudeau possesses a unique understanding of the issues at the center of this complaint.
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