Do I Have a Transvaginal Mesh Injury Claim?

Transvaginal Mesh Injury Claims

Your gynecologic surgery did not turn out as you had hoped. The vaginal mesh that your doctor implanted failed to relieve your symptoms and occasional incontinence. In fact, your symptoms are worse now. You’ve already been through quite an ordeal — and your doctor is already talking about more surgery.

You may be one of the thousands of women who have experienced preventable complications involving defective transvaginal mesh. You may have questions about whether the surgical mesh caused your problems and whether you have a valid legal claim.

The MEDLAW Legal Team of Janet, Jenner & Suggs, LLC, is a nationally recognized law firm representing victims of transvaginal mesh and mesh patches. Our transvaginal mesh lawsuit attorneys are available to review your case at no charge and explain your legal options. Don’t just ask yourself, “Do I have a mesh claim?” Find the answer. Then you can make a well-informed decision about your future.

For a free consultation, call 888-463-3529 or contact us online immediately.  Time is critically important in pursuing a legal claim against a vaginal mesh product manufacturer.

Our team of accomplished mesh injury attorneys includes a board-certified M.D. and registered nurses. Our mesh injury lawyers have offices in Baltimore, MD; Asheville, NC; and Columbia, SC. We have satellite offices in Atlanta, GA; Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia, PA; and Minneapolis, MN.

Contact Our Surgical Mesh Lawyers Today

If you have found this website, you may wonder if you have a claim as a result of mesh complications or if you have grounds for a vaginal mesh lawsuit. The compassionate transvaginal mesh lawyers at Janet, Jenner & Suggs, LLC, are ready to answer your questions at no charge.

What You Need to Know About Surgical Mesh Claims

Manufacturers of medical devices such as transvaginal mesh kits and vaginal mesh patches are legally required to produce and market products that are safe and effective when used as intended. Some surgical mesh devices, including some Bard Avaulta mesh products, were put on the market before the risks were fully understood. Numerous complications have arisen. Some women have experienced life-altering injuries from surgical mesh.

According to the FDA, women who undergo pelvic organ prolapse (POP) repair are subject to mesh complications that are not experienced by women who have traditional surgery. If you have experienced any of the following common complications since having a surgical mesh implant procedure to address pelvic organ prolapse or urinary incontinence, you may have a legal claim:

  • Infection
  • Vaginal pain
  • Urinary problems
  • Mesh protrusion or erosion
  • Vaginal tightening
  • Incontinence
  • Pelvic organ perforation
  • Pain during sex after mesh surgery
  • Recurrent prolapse

The FDA said that it is concerned about the continuing high number of complications involving transvaginal mesh. Many of these complications require additional hospitalization and surgery. Some are life altering.

If you are one of the women who have experienced complications from a vaginal mesh repair procedure, you shouldn’t have to pay the cost of additional surgery or hospitalizations related to injury or complications caused by defective surgical mesh. A transvaginal mesh manufacturer should compensate you for a preventable injury.

The FDA recommends that you discuss with your doctor POP treatment options, including surgical repair with or without vaginal mesh. It’s also a good idea to understand your legal options if you’ve suffered complications from transvaginal mesh repairs.

Contact Our Vaginal Mesh Claim Attorney Today

If you have suffered complications from transvaginal mesh, you may have legal rights to claim compensation from a medical manufacturer. The MEDLAW legal team of Janet, Jenner & Suggs, LLC, is assisting victims of transvaginal mesh and surgical mesh kits.

Our breadth of experience enhances our clients’ ability to recover substantial damages after a serious injury caused by vaginal mesh or surgical mesh complications.

Contact us so that we may explain how we can help you. Time is of the essence to protect your legal rights and file a mesh lawsuit. Call 888-463-3529 or contact us online immediately.

The MEDLAW Legal Team of Janet, Jenner & Suggs, LLC, is a national firm with offices in Baltimore, MD; Asheville, NC; and Columbia, SC. The law firm has satellite offices in New York City.

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