Transvaginal mesh implants (sometimes called bladder slings) are a widely used medical device to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI). However, women began filing complaints about their mesh several years later, citing chronic pain, difficult intercourse, and internal bleeding. Now, thousands of women nationwide are taking legal action against manufacturers for neglecting their safety. Settlements have already been made, and more are expected to follow.
The Guardian Legal Network can connect victims to experienced legal counsel well-versed in defective medical lawsuits. Qualifying victims who received revision surgeries for their transvaginal mesh may receive legal compensation. Contact us today to connect with legal experts about your transvaginal mesh claim.