The use of transvaginal tape (TVT) and mesh has caused some patients to suffer from serious pain and irreversible damage arising from TVT mesh complications.
TVT and TVM have been used to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) for years. This is despite the record number of women who have been reporting complications and catastrophic damage from these devices since 2008.
The use of mesh implant devices has been dramatically reduced in recent years, but only in July 2018 did the NHS put a pause on their use in most cases. Despite this, transvaginal mesh and tape is still used in certain ‘unavoidable’ cases and still can still cause TVT mesh complications to this day.
In some pelvic mesh compensation cases, you could be eligible to claim for private treatment costs as part of a No Win, No Fee legal case.
There are a few ways that you could claim for such costs. If certain conditions are met as part of a claim for compensation, these costs can be factored into a claim, and we have outlined this below for you.
Treatment can be an incredibly important part of a legal case given how severe problems and complications of vaginal mesh can be.
If you have undergone multiple revision surgeries following a vaginal mesh procedure, this can be included in a claim for pelvic mesh compensation with us.
We can give you some brief guidance about how we can account for any additional suffering associated with having to undergo multiple procedures. We can also give you some guidance about how we approach valuing pelvic mesh cases as well, and what you could be entitled to claim for.
Our team is always happy to speak to you and offer you free, no-obligation advice about your options as well.
You may recall the Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust pelvic mesh issues involving former patients of Dr Angamuthu Arunkalaivanan that triggered a significant recall.
It’s an issue that dates back from a few years, so most patients will have received their recall letters and any additional steps that needed to be undertaken should have been done so. However, if some patients experience problems a long time after the recall notification, there may still be time left to claim.
We must stress that you must contact our team ASAP to determine if you are still in time, though. But, since we have resolved legal action that we have taken for this issue, we wanted to remind those who were affected about their rights to pursue compensation.
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.
Incontinence after mesh removal is one of the many problems that women can be left with when pelvic mesh has gone wrong and needs to be taken out.
Whether a full removal has been achieved, or where only a partial removal was possible, this complication can arise. Incontinence is one of the reasons as to why mesh can be fitted in the first place, but it can be made worse after mesh removal.
As lawyers representing women for these complex cases, we may be able to help you.
If you’re a patient in England or Wales that has suffered from vaginal mesh erosion, we may be able to help you.
We represent women who are bringing claims for personal injury compensation that arise from problems that are caused by vaginal mesh implants. We have been helping people for a number of years, and we’re committed to helping anyone that we can.
Given how serious vaginal mesh complications can be, getting the right legal advice and support is crucial.
We’re urging anyone who has suffered with mesh removal complications to never suffer in silence. There are options for advice and compensation.
There may not be anything we can do to help you get better when mesh removal complications lead to permanent damage. When even private surgery that you could receive damages for in a compensation claim wont help, it’s still important to get the right legal advice.
Victims who suffer from permanent mesh implant complications can be entitled to substantial levels of compensation where the damage is irreversible.
We’re pleased with the news that NHS mesh operations are being halted in light of a recent review chaired by Baroness Julia Cumberlege.
Although this isn’t a total stop on all NHS mesh operations, it’s a widespread pause on the procedures pending further investigation into the dangers of transvaginal tape and transvaginal mesh, particularly given the seriousness of the complications that can arise.
We’ve been advising women who have suffered complications from mesh operations since 2013, so the news of the halt is, to us, long overdue.