Can you do anything about waiting for private mesh treatment or NHS treatment? You may be able to do so, and we may be able to help you.
As part of a claim for vaginal mesh compensation, in some cases, we may be able to obtain private treatment as part of a case. We may also be able to get the Defendant to pay for it, or at least get a part-payment from them before the case settles to pay for it.
Here is some information about when we may be able to do this and the basis on which we can try to achieve it.
The Vaginal Mesh Lawyers is a specialist team of lawyers who focus on claims for women who have suffered as a result of transvaginal mesh or transvaginal tape surgery.
We have been helping women who have suffered a range of complications, including some with lifelong problems, since 2013. We are more than prepared to take on some of the biggest organisations in the sector to fight for the rights of the clients that we represent.
There are roughly three main areas in which we can help women make a compensation claim. Firstly, if the transvaginal mesh or transvaginal tape fitted is defective, there can be grounds for a claim. Next, we can also look at any surgical or treatment errors that may have occurred, such as when implanting the mesh or tape, that could lead to discomfort or damage to the surrounding tissues and organs. Finally, we can also assess if the individual had inadequate advice about the risks of surgery and all the alternative options available.
Hundreds of women in Canada have benefited from one of the latest vaginal mesh settlements, with the pay-outs understood to have reached a staggering $21.5m.
It has been reported that 325 women are involved in the settlement, with the case brought against Boston Scientific for failures to warn of the potential side-effects that patients may face. This is a common cause of action that also to for those claiming for personal injury compensation here in the UK, including for women that we represent.
News of this latest settlement is welcome by us as the worldwide fight for justice for tens of thousands of women goes on.
It has been reported that pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $2.6m in pelvic mesh settlements for three victims by a US court.
News of this significant development follows last year’s successful court action in Australia that has paved the way for women to receive the justice they have fought hard for.
In the UK, we are representing several women for individual vaginal mesh compensation claims. Legal cases can be brought against hospitals, surgeons and manufacturers, depending on the circumstances of the claim. If you have yet to speak to us for advice, we recommend that you do so as soon as you can to avoid missing any key deadlines to claim.
We welcomed the news of the Australian vaginal mesh implant court victory, but for many women around the world, the battle for justice continues.
This ruling may benefit thousands of women in Australia, but as we have a separate legal jurisdiction here in the UK, the fight goes on. We’re representing a number of women who have suffered problems and complications, some of whom have been left with permanent damage.
We’re urging anyone who has yet to claim to come forward as soon as they can to avoid missing legal deadlines that could pass. If you have yet to start a claim, we recommend you get in touch with our team as soon as you can.
There has been a landmark and monumental victory in a vaginal mesh court case in Australia, and we wholeheartedly welcome this latest ruling.
Although the case can’t really have any direct impact on claims here in the UK given that our legal jurisdictions are separate, news of the victory is very much welcome over here. That being said, there are some key similarities in how the UK and Australia approach justice, so the grounds for this victory cannot be ignored.
We continue to fight for the rights of victims here in the UK; representing many claimants on a No Win, No Fee basis over a number of years.
We are vaginal mesh lawyers for you – which means that we’re a firm of specialist lawyers whose dedication and priority is helping our clients.
But how do we do this? How do we set ourselves apart from the vast quantities of lawyers and law firms out there who all say that they’re the experts, and that they’re the best fit for you?
We can’t speak for other law firms, and we know that different people will look for different things. What we can do, however, is give you a little insight into how our service and expertise may be the best for you. It’s totally up to you as to who you instruct for your vaginal mesh compensation claim, but if you want to know what we can offer, please read on for a little advice.
It’s important to distinguish between the worldwide lawsuits and what’s going on here in terms of any mesh implant UK class action cases.
The way that we’re dealing with claims here in the UK is that we’re pursuing individual personal injury compensation claims for victims who have suffered problems and complications. Due to jurisdictional differences, we can only represent victims in England and Wales.
Importantly, we can offer No Win, No Fee representation. This is important because, although there has been widespread success in the US, things are different over here.
In important worldwide news about the vaginal mesh scandal, an expert who has helped thousands of victims in the U.S. settle claims has hit out at the plastic used in pelvic mesh devices.
Chartered Chemist Dr Chris DeArmitt has given testimonies that have reportedly helped some 9,000 women in America settle their cases out of court. He says that the testing on the plastic used for the devices is “way less than you would see on a vacuum cleaner or a washing machine”, which is incredibly worrying.
Given the severity of pelvic mesh compilations and how badly they can affect people, it’s incredibly important that the voices of experts like Dr DeArmitt are heard as the worldwide fight for justice continues.
There are some who believe that certain manufacturers have been hiding surgical mesh problems since the day they launched their products in the market.
Many manufacturers continue to deny that there’s anything wrong with the products they produce and sell, and some have passed the responsibility for problems on to alleged poor surgical technique. The longstanding debates and disputes over the safety and efficacy of vaginal mesh looks set to continue for quite some time, especially given the recent guideline reviews in the UK that have faced heavy criticism.
At the centre of all these issues remains the patients; some of whom have been left with severe and permanent complications. If side-effects of mesh have been hidden, the consequences must be severe.