Injuries Caused By Transvaginal Mesh And Bladder Slings
Pelvic organ prolapse is an extremely serious condition. Unfortunately, thousands of women who had transvaginal mesh installed to help alleviate the condition suffered from serious complications.
At Tauzin & Lorio, Attorneys at Law, our attorneys are committed to the cause of representing people who were taken advantage of by negligent corporations and insurance companies. Located in Lafayette, Louisiana, we represent clients nationwide who need assistance in taking action against medical device manufacturers of transvaginal mesh like:
- Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Ethicon
- Boston Scientific
- American Medical Systems (AMS)
We Can Help You Pursue Compensation For Painful Complications
Transvaginal mesh and bladder slings were designed to be a permanent solution for women suffering from pelvic organ prolapse and urinary stress incontinence. However, many women have experienced complications during the surgical procedure to install the mesh and shortly after the mesh was installed.
Faulty transvaginal mesh can cause chronic pain, recurrence of the original condition, pain during intercourse, scarring and infections. Removing the mesh usually requires additional, painful surgeries.
While some companies have stopped selling transvaginal mesh devices, no manufacturer or U.S. Food and Drug Administration recalls have been issued. By now, there is a wealth of evidence available that transvaginal mesh is not the safest method for treating these conditions.
Our lawyers work with experts and rely on more than 50 years of combined litigation experience to aggressively pursue the compensation you need for your unnecessary suffering. It has led to us recovering millions on behalf of our clients.
Contact Tauzin & Lorio, Attorneys At Law, Today To Get The Help You Need
As medical bills and lost wages pile up, you should not have to worry about attorney fees to get the compensation you deserve. We accept all cases on a contingency basis, allowing us to level the playing field against large corporations with extensive resources.