Transvaginal Mesh

A variety of transvaginal mesh products are available to surgeons to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). These surgeries are very common. Unfortunately, the complications from using transvaginal mesh are quite common. Thousands of patients are experiencing nerve damage, infections, bleeding, pain and other serious injuries. These severe complications are well reported and documented, yet very few pelvic mesh products have been recalled. The manufacturers continue to push their products, and surgeons continue to implant the mesh in their patients.

New pelvic mesh lawsuits are being filed.

If you have suffered the painful, health-threatening complications of transvaginal mesh, we may be able to help you. We file mesh lawsuits for our clients based on a number of legal grounds, including defective design, failure to warn, manufacturing defect and breach of warranty. Transvaginal mesh manufacturers are well aware of the dangers their products pose to patients and though some products have been pulled from the market many are still marketed aggressively. These products have never undergone Level 1 FDA clinical trials proving that they are safe for humans. The reports of severe suffering from complications continue to be made, yet pelvic mesh continues to be surgically placed. Plaintiffs are filing lawsuits against the manufacturers and winning.

Let’s talk about your pelvic mesh case.

Our attorneys are experienced in representing plaintiffs across a wide range of defective medical product lawsuits.  We have filed numerous pelvic mesh cases for clients across the country. Contact us and we can discuss your situation and evaluate your legal options.