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Brian Franciskato, trial lawyer and partner, has been named Co-Lead Counsel of the Covidien Hernia Mesh Litigation in Minnesota.
In his role as co-lead counsel, Mr. Franciskato will attend the status conferences and other hearings, submit all motions and matters, and lead the implementation of the litigation plan. These duties are incredibly important to continue moving the case along in order to help patients get compensation for their faulty hernia mesh.
A hernia mesh is a small piece of surgical mesh or screen that is used to reinforce and strengthen tissue walls in hernia surgeries. The hernia mesh products at issue in the lawsuits suffered from a host of similar defects in their design which caused them to fail after being implanted.
The results were serious post-surgical complications which eventually required the patients to undergo corrective surgery to remove the defective mesh.
There are currently numerous product liability lawsuits filed against Medtronic and it’s Covidien subsidiary.
Brian is a partner at Nash & Franciskato Law Firm representing plaintiffs in serious personal injury and wrongful death claims. He also handles mass tort cases involving defective medical devices on a nationwide level. He currently serves on the Board of Governors for AAJ and for the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys.
Dean Nash, Brian Franciskato and Randy James bring over 80 years of combined legal experience helping clients. They have gained local and national recognition and are routinely asked by other attorneys to act as lead counsel or co-counsel in complex cases against some of the world’s largest corporations.
If you have been seriously injured and need a personal injury lawyer, contact the team at Nash & Franciskato for a no-obligation, free review of your situation at (877) 284-6600.
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