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Join the over 108,000 women who have filed won their transvaginal mesh claims against the manufacturers. Over $300 million has been paid to-date for their injuries. 

These women sought medical device manufacturers' vaginal mesh products to assist with conditions like pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI). The FDA now classifies these products as "high-risk."

Despite removal of the mesh, complications may not be reversed, and women continue to suffer with chronic pelvic pain, vaginal pain, loss of mobility and an impaired quality of life.

Many have filed transvaginal mesh lawsuits against the device manufacturers. 

Many of these cases have been consolidated in the courts to streamline the litigation process against (but not limited to):

  • Ethicon


  • Bard Avaulta

  • CorMatrix ECM

  • American Medical Systems (AMS)

  • MiniSling

  • Sofradium

  • Surelift

As much as $80 million has been awarded in transvaginal mesh lawsuits as compensation against these manufacturers – see if you qualify

Injured Patients Could Receive Compensation for Different Losses


Patients harmed by defective transvaginal mesh may be entitled to recover damages to compensate for losses such as past medical bills and lost wages due to time missed from work, a potentially reduced earning capacity in the future, and the cost of anticipated medical needs.


Additionally, based on legal precedent, an attorney could determine a reasonable value for non-economic losses such as emotional anguish, pain and suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life.


Consult a Knowledgeable Transvaginal Mesh Attorney


It is important to hold medical device manufacturers accountable for the harmful defective products they release into the world. Many manufacturers have now removed dangerous mesh implants from the market to protect future patients from harm, but it does nothing for those who have already been hurt. If a hernia implant causes you or a loved one to suffer from chronic pain, you may have an adhesion or other injury caused by the hernia mesh implant that should be examined by a doctor. If you have been injured by a defective hernia mesh product, you should contact a hernia mesh lawyer as soon as possible to learn about your legal options for compensation. For a consultation and case evaluation, submit an inquiry or call today.

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