The transvaginal mesh lawyers at The Dunken Law Firm are taking on cases involving women injured by mesh implantation in these cities and the entire state of Utah:
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Transvaginal mesh is a net-like medical device that is manufactured from synthetic materials or animal tissue and is used to stabilize weakened pelvic muscles and the bladder. It is implanted as part of a surgical repair to correct pelvic organ prolapse (POP), keeping pelvic organs from dropping into the vagina. It is also used to correct stress urinary incontinence (SUI), by fastening the mesh to the bladder neck or urethra in order to prevent unintentional urine loss.
Manufacturers mostly produce mesh products from polypropylene, a non-absorbable material, which have been connected to these side effects:
Unfortunately, additional surgeries are typically the only remedy for many of these side effects. When the mesh has to be removed due to erosion, even the most skilled surgeon can encounter issues doing so, since tissue grows throughout the device. Patients will face more pain and an even longer recovery time.
These major manufacturers are involved in litigation as a result of the serious side effects that their products have caused thousands of women to suffer from:
Our team of transvaginal mesh lawyers have extensive experience with defective medical device cases. We can help you pursue A claim against the manufacturer of the mesh product used in your surgical procedure. Available monetary damages include:
Utah operates as a comparative fault state, meaning if you are found to have contributed to your injury, your award can be reduced by the percentage you are deemed to be at fault. If you are considered to be 50% at fault or more then you are barred from recovering damages. By hiring one of our attorneys to advocate for you, you will be protected from the manufacturer’s attempts to place liability on you, optimizing your chances of receiving the compensation you are owed.
We offer free and confidential consultations. Call and have your claim evaluated by a transvaginal mesh attorney today.