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Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits – 100 Million+

By Brian Chase on May 7, 2012 - No comments


Transvaginal Mesh LawsuitMany women suffering from pelvic organ prolapse and stress incontinence were recommended to use the transvaginal mesh to help correct their problems. Unfortunately, these devices were quickly found to contain dangerous flaws which have lead to a wave of transvaginal mesh lawsuits and outraged patients. The side effects associated with this device’s failure are painful and embarrassing; many women are too afraid to go out in public and are unable to have physical relations with their loved ones. Those suffering from a failed device may have a claim for compensation and are recommended to seek legal counsel. To obtain a free confidential consultation with a female legal professional, call 1-800-561-4887.

The transvaginal mesh attorneys at Bisnar and Chase are experiencing a large increase in calls associated with this defective device. The injuries associated as well as the emotional damage inflicted on those who utilize the product have been shocking and outrageous. Bisnar and Chase attorneys have represented victims of defective products that have received 20+ million dollar verdicts and settlements and feel that this product may provide victims with similar monetary recoveries, depending on their injuries.

New Devices, Same Defect

Women pursuing transvaginal mesh lawsuits are traumatized and angry. Countless women were convinced to use the device to help fix a relatively common problem, but the injuries that resulted from the device’s failure have been far worse than the symptoms they were designed to eliminate. A recent congressional report shows that these devices were fast-tracked by the FDA even though previously made similar models were recalled.

The approval process is known as 510(k). This process allows products that are similar to ones that have been previously approved by the FDA to be released without clinical trials. The problem is that it allows products that are similar to ones that were approved and recalled to skip trials as well. These types of loopholes may be partially responsible for the injuries sustained and have caused an uproar amongst those suffering injuries from the defective mesh products.

Defective Mesh Products

    • Johnson & Johnson (Ethicon)
      • Gynecare
      • Gynemesh
      • Prolene Mesh
  • American Medical Systems
  • Apogee
  • Perigree
  • Mini-arc
  • Monere subfascial hammock
  • Influence in-fast (AMS bought influence)
  • In-fast ultra
  • Intepro Y Sling
  • Elevate with Intepro
  • Intexen
  • Bio-Arc
  • Spare
  • Boston Scientific
  • Pinnacle
  • Advantage
  • Obtryx
  • Lynx
  • Prefyx
  • Solyx
  • Posterior Uphold
  • Bard
  • Uretex
  • Pelvisoft
  • Avaulta
  • Pelvicol
  • Align
  • Pelvetex
  • Other Manufacturers
  • Coloplast: ARIS TOT; NovaSilk
  • Caldera Medical: T-Sling; Desara
  • Cook Medical: Stratasis
  • Tyco Healthcare: IVS

Transvaginal Mesh Lawyers

Victims of the defective mesh may have a right to pursue compensation against the manufacturers who failed to provide a safe product. To get more information about mesh lawsuits, or receive a free no obligation case evaluation, call 1-800-561-4887 and speak with a Bisnar and Chase transvaginal mesh attorney.

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