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.
Have you suffered complications as a result of your transvaginal mesh or transvaginal tape surgery? You could be eligible to claim compensation for a variety of reasons, and today we will go into how you can make care and support claims.
The Vaginal Mesh Lawyers is a specialist medical and consumer action law firm, with years of experience helping people claim the compensation that they deserve. We have represented many women who have come to us for advice and support after suffering complications from their transvaginal mesh or transvaginal tape surgeries as far back as 2013.
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You could be eligible to claim thousands of pounds in compensation for your transvaginal mesh surgery, and we are here to help and advise you with this. As part of a legal case, you could be entitled to make a lost earnings claim, which we will go into brief details about in this article here.
Victims who have suffered complications stemming from their vaginal mesh surgery could be eligible to claim compensation for a variety of reasons, including for a loss of wages claim. Our specialist lawyers have helped and advised tens of thousands of negligence victims and have recovered millions of pounds in damages for victims of similar actions so far. This valuable experience means that we are well placed to be able to help you.
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.
The pelvic mesh scandals have been going on for over a decade. For those yet to start case, a common question that many ask is this: how long do I have to start a case?
We cover this topic quite a lot, and our answer remains the same. You should always – always – start your vaginal mesh compensation case as soon as you possibly can.
There can be multiple deadlines that are in place for different laws, and you only need to miss one to lose your chance to claim.
Vaginal mesh and mental health can go hand-in-hand, and it is important that this part of the process that women go through is a part of the legal advice and representation that we offer.
We are not just here to represent people for compensation claims on a No Win, No Fee basis. We are here to be a part of the support network to help, and there is plenty that we can offer for you.
Read on for some advice about vaginal mesh and mental health issues and how this can be a part of any legal case that we take forward for you.
It’s understood that the results of a pelvic mesh inquiry are set to “vindicate” patients who have been complaining of issues for years.
We represent a number of women for vaginal mesh compensation claims, so we know how bad people can suffer. In some cases, women have been left with irreversible damage that has changed their lives forever.
According to the Daily Mail, a review from the Independent Medicines And Medical Devices Safety is set to be published soon. Reportedly, the pelvic mesh inquiry review will reveal worrying revelations about how women suffering from horrendous complications were reportedly doubted and ignored, despite presenting with serious symptoms. Others were said to have been questioned despite suffering from chronic pain and problems.
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.
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.
Women suffering from urinary incontinence may be able to make a claim for personal injury compensation where the cause of the problem is from vaginal mesh surgery.
We can represent women in England and Wales where this is a complication that has developed, worsened, or perhaps not resolved after surgery. With some women left with permanent and irreversible damage after undertaking this kind of surgery, it’s important that victims of negligence have the right to claim.
We can offer free, no-obligation advice for anyone who approaches us for help, and we can offer No Win, No Fee representation for eligible clients too.