As a number of vaginal mesh victims continue to come forward with injury claims, vaginal mesh attorneys in Texas are working hard to accommodate victim inquiries. Several women across the U.S. have been implanted with mesh products that have failed, and a number of them are currently pursuing compensation for their injuries.
The vaginal mesh lawyers at Bisnar Chase are currently offering all Texas victims free no obligation consultations with an experienced female legal professional. The lawyers at Bisnar Chase have experienced great success obtaining settlements and verdicts for victims of defective products, most recently they recovered a 24.7 million dollar verdict on behalf of a product defect victim.
Texas Mesh Lawsuit Information
It is estimated that 75,000 women in the United States have utilized surgery to help repair their pelvic organ prolapse (POP) as well as stress urinary incontinence (SUI).
Many women who underwent surgery to repair their medical condition did so with a high level of confidence as several previous similar surgeries had been performed on other women and were reported to be very successful.
In July of 2011, the United States Food and Drug administration notified the public that they had received more than 2,500 reports of patients who had endured serious or life-threatening transvaginal mesh complications.
Several studies have since been released that link vaginal mesh products to an unusually high device failure rate. Texas bladder sling and vaginal mesh failure victims may be able to receive compensation for their medical expenses, lost wages, as well as pain and suffering.
Texas Mesh Failure Side Effects
The FDA has reported mesh erosion as one of the most consistently reported complications. The following are failed mesh side effects reported by those who have contacted the law office of Bisnar Chase.
- Recurrence of Prolapse or Incontinence
- Painful Sexual Intercourse
- Pelvic Pain
- Revision Surgery
Products Linked to High Failure Rates
A number of mesh products have been reported to have high failure rates, but the following manufacturers have been consistently reported by victims across the United States.
- American Medical Systems (AMS)
- Boston Scientific
- Johnson & Johnson
Vaginal Mesh Attorney Texas
For matters involving failed mesh and sling products, call 800-561-4887 to speak with a Bisnar Chase class action lawyer for free. Victims in Texas will receive free lawsuit information, a free case evaluation, and helpline resources so that you can get past your traumatic experience and move on with your life.
Disclaimer: Bisnar Chase attorneys handle vaginal mesh cases nationwide from their Newport Beach, Ca office where they are licensed. Victims in Texas may call Bisnar Chase to receive representation for their Texas vaginal mesh lawsuit. Bisnar Chase is not soliciting victims in states for which they are not licensed.