Thousands of women have filed lawsuits over transvaginal mesh products. While many manufacturers have already settled, injured patients continue to win huge jury verdicts.
We’ve already helped many women secure valuable financial compensation, winning huge jury verdicts in federal courts:
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Women from around the United States are stepping forward once again to stand up to Big Pharma by seeking justice for physical injury and financial harm caused to them by poorly designed mesh products. These injuries include:
Our experienced lawyers are proud to stand with these women in their fight, and will use our extensive experience in fighting large drug and pharmaceutical companies to recover just compensation for our clients. Our attorneys are now offering free consultations. In addition, if you decide you want to pursue a case with us, we will advance the money required to fight the manufacturer of your mesh product, and you will not owe us anything until we recover financial compensation for you. So we urge you to take that important step to recovery, and call today to get your claim assessed.
When we refer to Transvaginal Mesh, we are also referring to the following as being the same product:
Transvaginal Mesh is a surgical material that is used for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. It is referred to as transvaginal mesh because the mesh is implanted via the vagina.
If you have given birth, gone through menopause or had a hysterectomy, there is a high probability that you might develop pelvic organ prolapse and would require a mesh implant.
If you are on this website, you likely have suffered an injury similar to thousands of other women as a result of mesh. The most common injuries caused by mesh implants is where the mesh erodes tissue, it perforates other organs or it causes a serious infection.
Mesh Erosion involves the mesh eroding tissue which can result in extreme pain during normal activities such as sexual intercourse. It can also lead to serious infections. According to a 2010 study, a 10% erosion rate was reported in 3,773 women who took part in the study where they had transvaginal mesh for pelvic prolapse.
Unfortunately, we have also seen many families contact us after a loved one has died due to complications they believe were caused by mesh.
Our attorneys were successful in securing an $11,100,000 verdict at trial for a woman in New Jersey who suffered injuries from a mesh implant.
Another jury returned a mesh implant verdict for a plaintiff in West Virginia awarding $3,270,000 to compensate her for her permanent injuries.
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