Were you injured by Vaginal Mesh or 
Pelvic Mesh?

You may be entitled to up to $80 million in compensation!

Were you injured by Transvaginal Mesh
or Pelvic Mesh?

You may be entitled to up to $80 million in compensation!

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If you qualify, the top vaginal mesh attorneys in the nation will reach out to you to review your case FOR FREE!

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Join the over 108,000 women who have filed & won their transvaginal mesh claims against the manufacturers. Over $300 million has been paid to-date for their injuries. 

These women sought medical device manufacturers' vaginal mesh products to assist with conditions like pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI). The FDA now classifies these products as "high-risk."

 Despite removal of the mesh, complications may not be reversed, and women continue to suffer with chronic pelvic pain, vaginal pain, loss of mobility and an impaired quality of life.

As such, many have filed transvaginal mesh lawsuits against the device manufacturers. 

Some of the medical device manufacturers that make these defective products include:
  • Johnson & Johnson / Ethicon
  • Boston Scientific
  • Coloplast
  • Bard
  • Caldera

As much as $80 million has been awarded in transvaginal mesh lawsuits as compensation against these manufacturers – see if you qualify below:

Navigating the complexities of transvaginal mesh and bladder sling lawsuits is crucial for anyone affected by these medical devices. Understanding the legal landscape helps patients protect their rights, seek compensation for damages, and contribute to broader regulatory and industry changes.

Transvaginal Mesh & Pelvic Mesh Lawsuits

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An experienced transvaginal mesh lawyer may know that if these complicating conditions are not treated correctly, they may be absolutely life-impairing.

When defects in transvaginal meshes cause medical problems, the manufacturers may be help liable for their negligence in releasing a dangerous product.

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To repair a prolapsed organ, surgeons use a mesh plug or patch to reinforce the affected area and prevent the wound from reopening. Unfortunately, some hernia mesh implants may lead to severe problems including::

  • - Exposure or extrusion of mesh
  • - Painful sexual intercourse
  • - Urinary problems
  • - Vaginal bleeding
  • - Vaginal scarring
  • - Obstruction of the urethra
  • - Injuries to nerves (neuralgia)

Frequently Asked Questions

1How much can I recover for a transvaginal mesh claim?
Plaintiffs have been awarded as much as $80 million.
2Why should I file a transvaginal mesh claim?
Patients have filed over 100,000 lawsuits against transvaginal mesh manufacturers, including Johnson & Johnson, Boston Scientific, AMS, C.R. Bard, and Coloplast, which have resulted in numerous favorable verdicts and hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements.
3Who should file a transvaginal mesh claim?

Individuals who have experienced complications or adverse effects as a result of transvaginal mesh implantation may consider filing a claim. This typically includes women who have undergone surgery for pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and have subsequently experienced issues such as mesh erosion, chronic pain, infection, urinary problems, pain during intercourse, or organ perforation.

It's essential for those affected to consult with a lawyer specializing in medical device litigation to assess their specific situation and determine whether they have grounds for a claim. Additionally, statutes of limitations may apply, so it's important to seek legal advice promptly if considering legal action.

4What is transvaginal mesh?

Transvaginal mesh, also known as pelvic mesh or bladder sling, is a synthetic material used in surgical procedures to treat certain pelvic floor disorders in women, such as pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). The mesh is designed to provide additional support to weakened or damaged pelvic tissues.

During a transvaginal mesh procedure, the mesh is surgically implanted through the vagina and positioned to reinforce the pelvic floor or support organs such as the bladder, urethra, or rectum. The idea is to alleviate symptoms like urinary leakage or pressure from organs bulging into the vagina.

While transvaginal mesh has been used for years, it has become controversial due to reports of complications and adverse effects experienced by some patients. These complications may include mesh erosion (where the mesh protrudes through vaginal tissue), chronic pain, infection, urinary problems, pain during intercourse, and organ perforation. Consequently, there have been numerous lawsuits and regulatory actions related to the safety and effectiveness of transvaginal mesh implants.