If you or a loved one has had a Transvaginal mesh implant to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and has suffered injuries caused by the mesh implant, you or your love one may be entitled to financial compensation for these injuries. To find out more about filing a lawsuit, contact us today for a free case consultation. If you choose to consult one of the lawyers with the Drug Injury Legal Group about filing a vaginal mesh lawsuit on your behalf to recover damages that you suffered for your injuries, it will be of no cost or risk to you. We only make money if we recover money from your vaginal mesh lawsuit.
Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit
Transvaginal mesh is a surgically implanted device used to treat POP and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). POP and SUI occur when the tissues that hold the pelvic organs become stretched or weakened. 30% to 50% percent of women develop POP in their lifetimes, while 20% to 40% of women are affected by SUI. During transvaginal mesh surgery, a mesh device is implanted inside the vagina to support the prolapsed organs. Furthermore, this type of treatment can be used to reinforce the vaginal wall. A vaginal mesh device can also be used to treat SUI and to provide support for the urethra. If you or anyone you know may have suffered an injury related to mesh, please contact the lawyers with the Drug Injury Legal Group immediately to discuss the potential for a transvaginal mesh lawsuit.
Vaginal Mesh Lawyer
The choice of lawyer to represent you for you injuries suffered as a result of the vaginal mesh product that you received is a very important one. The vaginal mesh lawyers at The Drug Injury Legal Group have decades of experience litigating against the largest and most powerful multinational corporations in the world. Your vaginal mesh lawyer should be well versed in the discovery process and litigation involving federal courts and multi-district litigations (“MDL”). The MDL process is one in which our lawyers have handled thousands of cases and settled those thousands of cases for a cumulative total in the hundreds of millions of dollars. An experienced transvaginal mesh lawyer should be able to identify the correct defendant and file suit in the forum that maximizes the potential for recovery in your case. Many times, it is in the best interest of victims of vaginal mesh implants to file cases in state court to avoid the MDL process. An MDL can be a fantastic venue for a mesh implant lawyer to allow a case to go to. However, there are instances where the MDL has terrible precedent, such as a ruling that will not allow a new and favorable study to be shown to a jury. In a situation like this, allowing your vaginal mesh case to be swept into an MDL would potentially be fatal to your case.