If you decide to file a vaginal mesh lawsuit to recover injuries that you suffered as a result of a transvaginal mesh product, there are few things that you should be aware of. After contacting an attorney to represent you, a representation agreement will be sent to you to review and sign. The purpose of the representation agreement is to allow a contingent fee lawyer, such as one of the lawyers with the Drug Injury Legal Group, is to begin an investigation of your vaginal mesh lawsuit. To begin our investigation, we will need to order the medical records that are relevant to the injuries that you are alleging. These medical records will include documentation from the surgery during which you received the transvaginal mesh as well as the records documenting the injuries that you suffered as a result of the transvaginal mesh that you were given.
What happens after it is determined that I suffered a transvaginal mesh injury?
After the medical records in your case are ordered and it is determined that you were given a transvaginal mesh product that caused you injuries for which we believe that you could be entitled compensation, a complaint will be drafted alleging the specific facts in your case as well as what damages you are entitled to. This complaint will then be sent to you for review. Following your review of the complaint on your behalf, it will be filed as a transvaginal mesh lawsuit, either in state or federal court.
How will my transvaginal mesh lawsuit proceed once filed in Court?
After the filing of your vaginal mesh lawsuit by one of our vaginal mesh lawyers, it will then be given a case number by the court and an answer will be filed by the defendants after they are served with the complaint. Once a lawyer for the defendant responds to the complaint for damages filed on your behalf for the vaginal mesh injuries that you suffered, a trial date is typically set with deadlines along the way for certain steps in the litigation process to be done.
If you feel that you have suffered an injury related to a transvaginal mesh product that you were given, please contact the Drug Injury Legal Group immediately at 1-855-571-DRUG for a free case evaluation. We can give you an evaluation over the phone if or via email if you fill out our online free case evaluation form.