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Vaginal Mesh Attorneys in Nevada

By Brian Chase on May 7, 2012 - No comments

WARNING: IF YOU HAVE SUFFERED INJURIES FROM A TRANSVAGINAL MESH OR BLADDER SLING IN NEVADA, CALL 1-800-561-4887 FOR IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE

Nevada Vaginal Mesh LawyersVaginal Mesh Lawyers in Nevada have their hands full as a significant number of seriously injured victims continue to come forward to pursue compensation claims. Victims suffering from stress incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse received recommendations from their doctors to use vaginal meshes. It was not long ago when the transvaginal mesh was believed to be one of the most effective products to help women suffering from these conditions, but now that several women have come forward with injuries that are worse than their initial symptoms, vaginal mesh lawsuits and claims for compensation are gaining a lot of traction.

Nevada vaginal mesh attorneys and the nationwide lawyers at Bisnar and Chase are receiving a lot of inquiries regarding the defective meshes and believe that the traumatic and physical injuries sustained by vaginal mesh victims may warrant substantial recoveries. Many of those who were implanted with a defective device are afraid to go out in public and are unable to have relations with their loved ones. If you or a loved one are using this device and are experiencing pain and discomfort, call 1-800-561-4887 to speak confidentially with an experienced female legal professional.

Defective Vaginal Mesh Products

  • Johnson & Johnson (Ethicon)
  • American Medical Systems
  • Boston Scientific
  • Bard
  • Coloplast
  • Caldera Medical
  • Cook Medical
  • Tyco Healthcare

510(k) May Have Contributed

Product manufacturers have an obligation to provide a reasonable level of safety to those who are using their devices. In this particular case, the FDA may be an additional culprit that led to the release of the defective vaginal mesh.
According to a recent congressional report, the vaginal mesh products were fast-tracked through the FDA approval process even though devices that were similar had been recalled. Known as the 510 (k), the process allows products that are very similar to those that have been previously approved to have the ability to bypass clinical trials. Unfortunately, this allows products that are similar to ones that have been approved and recalled to reach the market with little resistance. Victims are baffled as to how these dangerous devices were able to be approved and why the 510(k) is applicable to recalled products.

Nevada Vaginal Mesh Lawyers

Those who have suffered injuries as a result of the defective vaginal mesh may have a claim for compensation. Call 1-800-561-4887 to speak with an experienced Nevada Vaginal Mesh Attorney to get more information about mesh lawsuits and find out what your options are.

Disclaimer: Bisnar Chase attorneys handle vaginal mesh cases nationwide from their Newport Beach, Ca office where they are licensed. Victims in Nevada may call Bisnar Chase to receive representation for their Nevada vaginal mesh lawsuit. Bisnar Chase is not soliciting victims in states for which they are not licensed.

Posted in: Defective Medical Device

About the Author: Brian Chase

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