Transvaginal MeshTVM Leads
Transvaginal Lawsuit Facts
Thousands of women who received transvaginal mesh implants to treat a conditions called pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) claim they weren’t warned that the devices could cause severe pain, organ damage and other complications.
As of November 2017, seven mesh makers face several thousand lawsuits in multidistrict litigation (MDL) in West Virginia. Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon unit faces 26,393 lawsuits — the most of any manufacturer — followed by Boston Scientific at 8,603 and C.R. Bard at 3,621.
Number of Lawsuits
More than 100,000
Mesh erosion, organ perforation, severe pain, dyspareunia
Ethicon, C.R. Bard, American Medical Systems, Boston Scientific, Coloplast, Cook Medical, Neomedic
One class-action in California
Several major settlements. Thousands of cases still pending
Transvaginal Mesh Leads
Transvaginal mesh lawsuit cases are becoming more popular each day. We phone qualify and double verify each TVM lead for date of procedure, injury type and date, revision surgery, and doctor or hospital diagnosis. The TVM injury attorney leads also come with recording of qualification process and back up Excel CSV file for your records. Most cases go to trial within the first 90 days or less. There are two double qualified transvaginal mesh TVM lead options at right to explore. Please advise to your customer support agent as to which TVM lead option listed will best suit your law firm.
All transvaginal mesh leads must meet our strict criteria.
Other mesh injuries mentioned in previously filed lawsuits include:
Injuries you can sue for include:
- Mesh erosion
- Erosion occurs when mesh implant damages vaginal walls or internal organs.
- Studies show that bacteria can grow on mesh implants and cause infection.
- Mesh may damage nerves, cut through tissues or shrink, causing scarring and pain — including painful intercourse.
- Urinary problems
- Mesh may block the bladder making it difficult to urinate.
- Recurring prolapse
- Even after mesh surgery, the implant can fail and cause recurring prolapse.
- Recurring incontinence
- Some women experience new or worsened incontinence of the bladder or rectum.