San Diego Injury Law Center Transvaginal Mesh Lawyers

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Women continue to report serious injuries after receiving transvaginal mesh implants. Many transvaginal mesh (or TVM) products remain on the market and are still used to treat female incontinence. As dangerous side effects come to light, however, the FDA has issued heightened safety warnings to consumers about these devices. At the same time, over 70,000 women have filed a transvaginal mesh lawsuit to pursue compensation for significant legal damages. Do you have a transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit? Call Us Now for Free Advice 619-338-8230.

Mesh Lawsuits Allege Defective Design

In April 2014, the FDA announced a proposal to reclassify transvaginal surgical mesh from a moderate-risk device (class II) to a high-risk device (class III). After a prolonged safety review, the FDA identified “clear risks” associated with using surgical mesh to repair pelvic organ prolapse. The agency proposed an order requiring manufacturers to “demonstrate a reasonable assurance of safety and effectiveness” for continued use of surgical mesh to treat POP.

San Diego Injury Law Center believes that the manufacturers of these products were aware of serious risks well before the FDA’s safety review. Our experienced mesh attorneys represent women and their families in litigation against the device makers alleging defective design, negligence, and fraud, among other claims. Call Us Now for Free Advice 619-338-8230.

Vaginal Mesh Side Effects

Side effects commonly reported to our vaginal mesh lawyers include:

  • Erosion or extrusion of mesh
  • Organ perforation
  • Revision surgery
  • Infection
  • Bleeding
  • Urinary problems
  • Painful sexual intercourse
  • Recurrent prolapse
  • Vaginal scarring
  • Hospitalization

Consult Our Experienced Vaginal Mesh Lawyer

The mesh lawyers at our firm are recognized leaders in the area of pharmaceutical and medical device litigation. We have over twenty years of experience dedicated to helping injured drug and device victims. Our mesh attorneys do not charge any out-of-pocket fees or costs and can evaluate your potential vaginal mesh lawsuit at any time.