If you have suffered complications as a result of Transvaginal Mesh or Transvaginal Tape surgery, you could be eligible to make a compensation claim; particularly if you were not fully given the advice about the potential risks associated with this surgery.
We have been fighting for justice for women suffering from complications arising from Transvaginal mesh and Transvaginal tape surgery for many years. Whilst the NHS has limited the use of these mesh implants considerably, they are still being used among women today.
Anyone affected by these issues can speak to our team for free, no-obligation advice here.
Did you know the risks of vaginal mesh surgery before you had it? You should have been made aware of the risks associated with it to help you make an informed decision.
If you were not made fully aware of the risks, you could be owed compensation. Your Lawyers, (The Vaginal Mesh Lawyers) has a dedicated team of lawyers ready to help any victims who have suffered traumatic complications following vaginal mesh surgery. If you have not been properly informed of the risks before undergoing surgery, we want to hear from you.
More than 92,000 women in the UK have been fitted with transvaginal mesh or transvaginal tape between 2007 and 2015. Following concerns over the safety of these devices, recent figures have slowed down. However, there are still women today being fitted with mesh or tape that could have catastrophic side-effects.
The symptoms of pelvic mesh complications can be severe, and it is important to seek proper medical help if you feel anything is not right. In terms of legal advice for a claim for compensation, that is where we may be able to assist you.
Here is some advice about complications and when you could be eligible to make a claim. You can speak to our team for free, no-obligation advice and we may be able to take a case forward for you on a No Win, No Fee basis today.
Make sure to speak to our team for help as soon as you can to avoid missing any deadline to claim.
We are urging anyone who has not yet started a case to claim now for vaginal mesh compensation before it’s too late as many people are missing the deadlines.
We have previously published a great deal of advice about the time limits that people have to claim and the consequences of missing them. Recent news of the £50m settlement in Scotland looks to have triggered a few more people looking into claiming as we have received a few more enquiries lately than we normally do.
Sadly, we have had to turn people away due to the limitation period, in our view, having expired. As such, we are again warning about the consequences of leaving it too late.
Infections from pelvic mesh surgery can be a common and known complication or problem that may arise after a procedure has taken place.
Infections can also be frequent, and this could be a sign that something is wrong. Whether you may be eligible to claim compensation for infections or not can be difficult to easily assess, but there are circumstances where we can take a case forward for this. We also offer free, no-obligation assessments and we can offer No Win, No Fee representation for eligible clients too.
Read on for more advice and information.
If bladder sling problems and complications are issues that you have had to deal with, we may be able to help you with a claim for personal injury compensation.
If the issues have arisen from some form of negligence, we may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis. Our team can assess the prospects of success with a case for you on a completely free and no-obligation basis today.
Here’s how we may be able to help you.
Some patients can suffer internal injuries from pelvic mesh surgery. Such injuries can be caused by the device itself failing, or during surgery for implantation or removal.
In some cases, women who suffer these kinds of vaginal mesh complications can be entitled to justice. You could be entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation for any pain, suffering and loss of amenity caused. You may also be able to recover damages for any losses and expenses as well.
If this applies to you, here’s some advice about your options for justice and how we may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
If you’re suffering with severe pain from vaginal mesh surgery that has gone wrong, we may be able to represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis for a personal injury compensation claim.
Severe pain from vaginal mesh complications can be common. It’s one of the reasons as to why patients need to be thoroughly advised when it comes to exactly what they’re getting themselves into.
With some patients reportedly not being advised during the consultations, but their records suggesting that thorough advice was given when it wasn’t, getting the right legal support is essential.
The symptoms of pelvic mesh problems can be wide-ranging and can leave patients with complications for a long time, and in some cases, indefinitely.
In many cases, it’s only possible to remove part of the ineffective mesh device, and in other cases, it cannot be removed at all. However, even when it can be removed, women can be left with severe complications from nerve damage and scarring caused by the mesh.
It’s therefore important to recognise the symptoms associated with vaginal mesh problems, and it’s also important to know your legal rights.
The long-term effects of pelvic mesh remain a considerable concern, and this year’s changes to the guidelines surrounding the use of mesh implants has not been too helpful.
The pelvic mesh saga has been going on for over a decade now, and thousands of women have suffered problems and compilations. This has led to compensation claims being made around the world, including the clients we represent for cases here in the UK. Despite the problems many women have suffered from, mesh is still used for surgery, and people are still being harmed.
With this in mind, the long-term impact of transvaginal mesh devices continues to be a worry,. The issue as to whether the plight of suffering women is being ignored remains at the heart of why this procedure continues to be controversial.