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.
When things have gone wrong, pelvic mesh implant removal may be the only option that’s left for patients to prevent any further suffering or reduce problems occurring.
But it isn’t always easy to get the help that you need. With NHS waiting times and resources for vaginal mesh complications sometimes limited, where do you turn when you need help sooner rather than later?
There are options for private surgery and treatment. It isn’t always guaranteed to work, and in some cases there’s nothing that can be done; but if something can be done, this is something you can explore. When it comes to the costs, a claim for compensation can be the way forward.
If you have suffered pain and problems from the use of a pelvic mesh bladder sling, you’re not alone; and we may be able to assist you.
We’re representing a number of women who have suffered from – or are suffering with – pelvic mesh complications. Thousands of women worldwide have taken legal action, and although some cases have proven to be difficult to succeed with, others have reached positive outcomes. Patients should not be left with the issues they are being left with; especially those who suffer for the rest of their lives.
If this applies to you, know that you’re not alone. We may be able to help you, and we may be able to represent you in legal action on a No Win, No Fee basis.
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.
If you’re one of the many women who has suffered organ damage from a vaginal mesh implant, you could be entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation
Organ damage is one of the many known complications of vaginal mesh devices that have gone wrong. It can also be one of the worst ones as well, which is why it’s so important that victims who suffer this kind of injury know their rights.
As the worldwide fight for justice against vaginal mesh devices continues, we’re offering No Win, No Fee representation for women in England and Wales that have suffered. When it comes to an injury as serious as organ damage that could leave victims with permanent problems, getting the right help and advice is important.
It’s a known fact that vaginal mesh removal surgery is incredibly difficult to achieve. It can be hard – or in some cases, impossible – to remove. But could new surgical techniques improve the prospects of success?
It’s understood that a pioneering new method of surgery is being trialled in New Zealand that uses robotic arms that are controlled by a surgeon. This new method is thought to be potentially better for surgeons to be able to remove dangerous mesh from inside a patient with greater success and with reduced chances of damage to surrounding tissue.
For the many women who have suffered horrendous virginal mesh complications who have been unable to undergo successful surgery for removal, this new method may bring greater hope.
As a law firm representing women for vaginal mesh compensation claims, we know how bad things can get. And that’s why we know how important private mesh removal surgery can be.
With the NHS still offering the procedure, the risks to women continue. In some cases, the mesh implant complications that can arise can be so bad that further surgery is needed together with a lengthy treatment plan. This can be achieved via the NHS, but it isn’t always easy to obtain. In some cases, people have had to wait for months for help, or even longer than a year. That can be the case for both surgery and for treatment.
So, what do you do when your life is on hold and you need to wait for a long time for treatment? Private mesh removal surgery and treatment is one option, and this can be factored into a claim for compensation.
Critics have hit out over the new vaginal mesh guidelines that have been introduced by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
The new guidelines are said to have taken into account the experiences of numerous women who have suffered serious complications caused by vaginal mesh implants. There’s also said to be an increased focus on the need for women to be better informed about the potential risks, some of which can leave women unable to work or walk ever again.
But many believe that the new guidelines don’t go far enough and certainly don’t appear to have truly mirrored the horrendous suffering many women have endured. As a law firm acting for women who have suffered form vaginal mesh surgery, we know how bad it can get.
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.