Two-thirds of the women who participated in a survey said that they are aware of vaginal mesh and that they learned of it from law firm ads. Seventy-five percent of the women surveyed nevertheless said they’d consider a mesh implant…. Read more
Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit Center
You’ve probably heard about no-fee-until-you-win arrangements. It’s simple, and you’ll get it here. Only if and when you recover money to compensate you for your harm will you pay RLG. Otherwise, you pay nothing at all.
If you call for a free initial claim evaluation, you have no obligation whatsoever to hire RLG to represent you. If you do want RLG to stand up for you, we’ll send you an information package with a retainer agreement.
Every legal claim has a time limit. If you don’t sue in time, you risk losing your claim forever. You don’t want to delay. You want to be made whole again. So call RLG now to get the process started.
Unfortunately, when the clock starts—and how long it will run—isn’t always clear before it’s too late. That’s why speaking to a lawyer as soon as possible is the smart thing to do.
Women are filing lawsuits against the manufacturers of surgical mesh products because those products are eroding and causing recipients to bleed, swell up, develop infections, and experience debilitating pain. If you’re suffering from harmful side effects of a mesh implant, you too could have a case against your implant’s manufacturer.
A California woman has already been awarded $5.5 million in compensation after trial of her case against vaginal mesh manufacturer C.R. Bard. The decision has been characterized as “landmark”—the first victory of its kind in the United States for a woman who sued a medical device manufacturer because of alleged injuries suffered from the implantation of a vaginal mesh device.
Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit Compensation
You might be entitled to substantial monetary compensation if you’re experiencing harmful side effects as a result of having received a surgical mesh, vaginal mesh, or bladder sling implant. Read on to learn how to take advantage of our services—at no cost to you unless you win.
Vaginal Mesh Class Action
Class actions are appropriate when a large number of individuals join together to sue another person or company after sustaining the very same injury caused by the same party. Class action can save time and effort, but it isn’t always the best way to proceed.
What’s the Current Status of Vaginal Mesh MDL?
The Rottenstein Law Group will provide periodic updates on the ongoing vaginal mesh multidistrict litigation cases as information becomes available. Currently, there are six federal MDLs, as well as individual cases pending in state courts nationwide.
In a study of women who had undergone vaginal prolapse repair surgery, subjects treated with mesh had more complications than native tissue repair patients…. Read more
Plaintiffs in vaginal mesh lawsuits pending against Cook Medical have moved for their cases to be consolidated into an MDL in West Virginia…. Read more
“The infographic–viewable at vaginalmeshlawsuit.com/vaginal-mesh-infographic/ –clearly and succinctly illustrates how several vaginal mesh products, all of which became the subject of hundreds of lawsuits and were manufactured by different companies, attained FDA approval based on their similarity to a recalled device.”Read the full story
“The Rottenstein Law Group, which represents clients with claims stemming from the adverse effects of vaginal mesh, eagerly anticipates the Feb.15, 2013, start date of the first federal-court trial over injuries allegedly sustained by women as a result of having received vaginal mesh implants manufactured by C.R. Bard (MDL No. 2187).”Read the full story
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