Transvaginal Mesh Class Action Attorney

Free Consultation Transvaginal Mesh Class Action Attorney

Las Vegas, USA - September 11, 2019 / / —

Local Las Vegas, Transvaginal Mesh Class Action Attorney Cristina Hinds is pleased to announce that Hinds Injury Law Las Vegas is accepting Transvaginal mesh cases. Transvaginal mesh is surgical mesh used primarily in treatment of pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (loss of bladder control). POP is a condition whereby the pelvic muscles descend from their normal position. This usually occurs after childbirth, gynecological cancer treatment, or heavy lifting. Transvaginal mesh has been banned from sale and distribution in the United States as of April 2019.

Injuries from Transvaginal mesh can be very severe as the mesh may harden, erode, or perforate organs. Symptoms can include painful intercourse, urinary issues, urinary tract and other infections, and perforation of the bowel or bladder. All of these symptoms may require a second surgery or multiple surgeries to repair the damage. Click here to get a history of FDA public health notifications regarding Transvaginal mesh.

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Current litigation is pending against six manufacturers, C.R. Bard, American Medical Systems, Boston Scientific, Ethicon, Coloplast, and Cook Medical. The manufacturer will be listed in your medical records. Cases center around 3 general claims, that there were insufficient warnings about the potential risks involved, the manufacturers failed to research the risks involved, that the manufacturers intentionally mislead the public and doctors about the effectiveness of the mesh, and that they failed to properly test the mesh.

If you think you or a loved one was injured as a result of a Transvaginal mesh implant, call Transvaginal Mesh Class Action Attorney Cristina Hinds now at (702) 940-1234 to discover your options. Please leave us a message on our contact form here.

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Name: Cristina Hinds
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Organization: Hinds Injury Law Las Vegas
Address: 600 S 8th St, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 940-1234


Release ID: 88918136

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