Some patients can be left unable to walk from having had pelvic mesh fitted. This can completely change everything, and it is important that we – as specialist Vaginal Mesh Lawyers – are able to do everything in our power to help.
Although we may not be able to change what has happened, and what patients may be left suffering from in the future, legal action can help. It can ensure that a victim receives some form of justice for what they have had to go through, and a claim could also factor in private treatment where applicable.
As medical devices designed to be implanted as a long-term solution, vaginal mesh implants should be used with safety in mind. Using medical devices inside the body is never something that should be taken lightly at all. Many patients that are presented with this treatment option may assume that the materials and structure of vaginal mesh implants are intended to prevent injury risks, but not all such devices have been successful in this regard. Those who have been hurt or wounded by vaginal mesh may be able to claim for internal injuries that they have suffered from, and we may be able to help you now.
Unfortunately, recent years have seen a wave of reports in respect of the potential health complications of vaginal mesh, among which there have been a range of different internal injuries that people can suffer from. Such injuries can also have their own side-effects that can provoke serious difficulties in the everyday lives of the affected patients.
In our view, it is worrying that these devices were allowed to pass supposedly stringent safety regulations, and that many doctors have recommended this course of treatment to their patients. It is for this reason that we are helping victims to pursue compensation claims to account for any injustice.
If you have suffered as a result of negligent aftercare in relation to pelvic mesh surgery, you could be entitled to claim compensation now with No Win, No Fee legal representation.
A lot can go wrong with pelvic mesh procedures, and the impact in terms of complications and how they can cause permanent problems remain a significant cause for concern. Despite what we know about how badly things can go wrong, and despite thousands of women worldwide suffering, this controversial procedure is still being carried out here in the UK. Although a number of changes have been implemented that are supposed to avoid women being put at risk, we still see people being harmed. And when it comes to problems with aftercare, patients can suffer horrendously.
Prevention is key to stopping another scandal like the vaginal mesh one from ever taking place again. It is also important that victims who have suffered are entitled to pursue compensation for any pain and suffering endured.
Whilst we cannot turn back the clock, we can hope for a better future. We can push for better testing and research before medical devices are used, and we can recover compensation for people who have suffered as a result of negligence.
The potential for long-term complications and issues that patients can suffer from when they undergo a procedure involving vaginal mesh remains a serious cause for concern.
These medical devices are approved for use still here in the UK, and they have been used here and across the globe for decades. Despite this, some women have suffered from some horrendous injuries and complications arising from the use of mesh, and we are here to help any victims to pursue the justice that they may deserve.
Patients who have undergone unnecessary pelvic mesh procedures can be entitled to pursue a claim for personal injury compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis.
We can investigate your potential legal case to identify if you have been the victim of negligence. Whether it is down to poor advice or better alternatives not being explored, we may be able to help you.
Whilst a vaginal mesh compensation claim cannot turn back the clock and, in some cases, cannot undo some of the damage done, it can mean that you achieve some form of justice for what you have had to endure. We are here to help, and we will do all that we can to try to assist you.
In recent years, vaginal mesh has been used widely across health services in the UK as a means of treating problems such as prolapse and incontinence in female patients. However, it was not until many women came forward to report serious complications that concerns were raised about the safety of the medical device. Even as campaigners strive to have the use of vaginal mesh banned permanently, this is not the end for some affected women, as many are suffering from vaginal mesh recovery problems.
When vaginal mesh complications occur they can, unfortunately, be very difficult for the symptoms to abate in some instances. This is largely due to the difficulty in removing the implants as they are designed to be permanent. This can mean that only specialist surgeons have the skills required to execute the removal procedure and, in some cases, only partial removal can be possible.
We believe that the responsibility for vaginal mesh complications may lie, in part, with the medical professionals who treated affected patients, and manufacturers in some instances also. In cases where we can prove that your vaginal mesh complications were caused by the negligence of your doctor, you could be in line to receive compensation.
Since the dangers of vaginal mesh began to emerge, many different kinds of complications have been reported. Many of the complications associated with vaginal mesh involve significant pain and injury, with protrusion injuries sometimes being one of the more serious problems.
Protrusion can occur when vaginal mesh erodes or cuts through the vagina and affects surrounding tissue, and sometimes even nearby organs. The complication can demonstrate a failure of the mesh implant to stay in place, and it can be capable of causing severe pain for those affected. Protrusion can also lead to further side-effects and can lead to permanent or long-lasting problems and damage, so this is a very serious issue indeed.
Unfortunately, problems removing mesh once it has been implanted is one of the major issues that patients face when their pelvic mesh implant has gone wrong.
This is why access to justice for victims affected by vaginal mesh issues is so important, and that is why we are here to help.
We are happy to work on a No Win, No Fee basis for eligible clients, and we can offer free, no-obligation advice too. As we always recommend, please do speak to our team for help as soon as you possibly can because there can be numerous time-frames for launching a pelvic mesh case. Missing a key deadline could mean missing out on your chance to claim.
Vaginal mesh was introduced a number of years ago in the UK as a device to treat problems like pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence. Over the years, it became an established treatment, but has more recently been met with backlash by women who have faced serious complications provoked by the mesh implants. Those who have been adversely affected by vaginal mesh may be able to claim compensation for pain and suffering in cases where there has been medical negligence.
Despite being approved by medical product regulators and accepted by doctors, vaginal mesh has been found to cause harm to a large number of patients worldwide. It has since become more tightly regulated, and can now only be used by the NHS in exceptional circumstances, but the damage has already been done for many. Questions have been raised about how those responsible for patient welfare have failed to protect patients from harm.
As specialists in medical negligence, we want to support as many victims of vaginal mesh complications as possible. It may be that the negligence of healthcare professionals has played in their pain and suffering, in which case victims could be eligible for compensation pay-outs.