Bard Vaginal Mesh Lawyers – Bard Pelvic Sling Attorneys

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Bard Vaginal Mesh Lawyers

The Bard vaginal mesh lawyers at our firm are highly experienced in dangerous medical device litigation, and are currently reviewing cases where women suffered pain, injury, disfigurement, or further surgery after transvaginal implantation of Bard surgical mesh.  Vaginal mesh is used to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women, and has been shown to cause a number of negative side effects.

If you have suffered injury or disfigurement after being implanted with Bard vaginal mesh, you may be entitled to compensation.  Contact a medical product liability lawyer today to learn more about your rights.

Contact us today to discuss your Bard vaginal mesh or pelvic sling lawsuit with a nationally respected attorney.  We offer:

  • Private consultations with a Bard vaginal mesh lawyer, free of charge
  • A promise to charge no legal fees unless your claim results in success
  • Flexible appointments
  • Home and hospital visits

Bard Vaginal Mesh Side Effects and Injuries

Vaginal mesh, also known as bladder or pelvic sling, is used to support organs affected by pelvis organ prolapse, and it is also used to treat stress urinary incontinence in women.  Made by a number of manufacturers, including C.R. Bard, vaginal mesh has been associated with an alarmingly high rate of side effects that can cause injury, pain, and even disfigurement.  Included in the long list if negative Bard vaginal mesh side effects are:

  • Contraction of the vaginal mesh
  • Difficulties with urination
  • Erosion of vaginal mesh
  • Formation of fistulas
  • Hardening of the vaginal mesh
  • Infection
  • Inflammation and swelling
  • Organ perforation
  • Pain or difficulty during sex
  • Pelvic organ prolapse recurrence
  • Pelvic pain
  • Scarification
  • Vaginal pain

The FDA published a statement in July 2011 that women who undergo transvaginal implantation of surgical mesh to repair pelvic organ prolapse may be at a heightened risk for injuries and complications than women who receive different surgical treatments for the condition.
Bard Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits

Evidence points to the fact that C.R. Bard was aware of potential complications linked to their vaginal mesh, but that they continued to produce and market this product.  Many women have opted to work with a Bard vaginal mesh lawyer to file a lawsuit against the medical device manufacturer, claiming that the company showed gross negligence in making and promoting a medical device that was known to be dangerous.  A number of Bard vaginal mesh products have recently been the subject of lawsuits, including:

  • Align
  • Avaulta Plus™
  • Avaulta Solo™
  • BioSynthetic Support System
  • Faslata® Allograft
  • Pelvicol ® Tissue
  • Pelvilace
  • PelviSoft® Biomesh
  • Pelvitex™ Polypropylene Mesh
  • Synthetic Support System
  • Ugytex
  • Uretex

Contact a Bard Vaginal Mesh Lawyer

A number of women who have suffered injury as a result of Bard vaginal mesh have opted to file a lawsuit in pursuit of compensation.  In a dangerous medical device Bard lawsuit, victims may be able to recover compensation for a number of damages, such as medical bills, prescription costs, lost wages, loss of consortium, and pain and suffering.  If you have suffered after transvaginal implantation of Bard surgical mesh and would like to learn more about your rights, contact a medical product liability Bard lawyer for a free consultation.