Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

Johnson & Johnson will pay $9.9 million to avoid going to trial for misrepresentations and failure to include serious risks in the instructions and marketing materials for surgical mesh devices. Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced the payment will be used to assist women who received pelvic mesh implants. This is in addition to any recovery they receive in a personal injury lawsuit. Many lawsuits have been filed across the country regarding these devices.

To file a claim for restitution, visit waagmeshsettlement.com to fill out a form. All claims must be submitted on or before June 11, 2020. Please do not submit any medical records or other implant documentation with a claim. It is free to file a claim.

Anyone who previously submitted their contact information to the Attorney General’s Office will receive a claims form in the mail, and must submit the form to the claims administrator by June 11, 2020. Women who do not receive the claims form by mail can submit one at waagmeshsettlement.com.