Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits
Transvaginal mesh lawsuits are being filed against the manufacturers of these medical devices in connection with complications arising in patients after undergoing the implant surgery. These lawsuits have been filed in both state and federal court. The federal cases have been consolidated as part of a multidistrict litigation (MDL). The federal MDL is located in the U.S. District Court for the Southern Division of West Virginia. Numerous other cases have been filed in New Jersey state court in Atlantic Country.
The FDA has cautioned health care providers and patients of complications that may arise from using Transvaginal Mesh, which include:
If you or a loved one had a transvaginal mesh implant and suffered an injury as a result of this surgery, you may be entitled to compensation.
About Transvaginal Mesh
Transvaginal mesh is a medical device implanted in women surgically to repair Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) or Stress Urinary Incontinence (SI). It is implanted to strengthen vaginal tissue that can become weakened, especially after childbirth or pregnancy. Various transvaginal mesh implant medical devices have been surgically implanted in recent years. These products include: Align®, PelviSoft®, Pelvites®, Pelvicol®, Pevilace®, Uretex®, Ugytex® and Bard Avaulta® transvaginal mesh products.
Do I have a Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit
If you had transvaginal mesh implant surgery and have experienced an injury or complication as a result of this surgery you could be entitled to a claim. Contact our office toll free at 1-800-404-9281 or fill out the contact form online for a free case evaluation.
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