Avaulta transvaginal meshes and other devices of its kind have reportedly caused injury to numerous patients looking to correct pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence. Transvaginal mesh complications can leave women worse off than before they underwent surgery, and can lead to a number of physically and psychologically damaging issues. Individuals who have been harmed by transvaginal mesh may have legal recourse in the form of an Avaulta lawsuit.
If you have experienced complications with Avaulta transvaginal mesh, or any vaginal mesh, contact our Avaulta attorneys for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.
Bard, the manufacturer of Avaulta transvaginal mesh, may have failed to warn patients and doctors about the complications associated with its mesh products. More and more reports of women sustaining serious side effects has led the FDA to issue several warnings on transvaginal meshes, but no ban on the products has been instituted. However, several Avaulta mesh lawsuits have alleged that transvaginal meshes pose a number of serious risks to those implanted with the product, and that the victims of these Avaulta mesh complications may be entitled to compensation.
Avaulta mesh lawsuits may be able to recover damages for victims of transvaginal mesh injury. Bard could be held liable for medical bills related to revision surgeries and the damage caused by the device. Additionally, the pain and suffering related to Avaulta side effects (including pain during sex, vaginal disfigurement, and the psychological trauma that may accompany these issues) could be compensated for through an Avaulta mesh lawsuit.
If Avaulta or any other transvaginal mesh has caused to injury to you or a loved one, contact us today. Our vaginal mesh attorneys have the background and experience with these issues to build strong cases for our clients and get them the justice they deserve. Fill out our simple form for a free, no-obligation consultation. We can fight to protect your rights under product liability law and seek compensation for the parties responsible for your injuries.