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Transvaginal Mesh & Lawsuit Funding

If you were a recipient of a trans vaginal mesh procedure and having complications from the implant, you may have a legal case against the manufacturer. If you have filed a claim or lawsuit and searching for a short term loan, LawLeaf can help. LawLeaf provides lawsuit funding against trans vaginal mesh cases. LawLeaf can provide pre settlement funding against cases that haven't yet settled, and post settlement funding against recently settled cases.

The main purpose of a vaginal mesh implant is to repair pelvic organ prolapse. Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when organs weaken and fall out of place. These organs may include the bladder, urethra, uterus, vagina, small bowel and the rectum. The mesh is implanted in women during a surgical procedure. The implant serves as reinforcement to women that are aging, given childbirth, hysterectomies, and menopause.

There are several manufactures that sell vaginal mesh devices. These manufacturers and devices include:

Johnson & Johnson

  • Ethicon TVT
  • Gynecare TVT
  • Gynemesh PS
  • Prolene Polypropylene Mesh Patch
  • Secur

C.R. Bard

  • Avaulta Plus™
  • Avaulta Solo™
  • Faslata® Allograft
  • Pelvicol® Tissue
  • PelviSoft® Biomesh
  • Pelvitex™ Polypropylene Mesh

American Medical Systems

  • Apogee®
  • BioArc®
  • Elevate®
  • In-Fast®
  • MiniArc®
  • Monarc®
  • Perigee®
  • SPARC®

Boston Scientific

  • Advantage™ Sling System
  • Obtryx® Curved Single
  • Obtryx® Mesh Sling
  • Prefyx Mid U™ Mesh Sling System
  • Prefyx PPS™ System

Over the last several years there have been 100,000’s implants performed on women in the United States. While the majority of procedures have been success many have not. There are thousands of reports yearly from women that are now having complications. Many women have reported problems ranging from urinary problems to internal bleeding. There are some women that have reported a resurgence of organ prolapse.  

Below is a list of some of the problems reported due to transvaginal mesh products:

  • Fistulas
  • Infections
  • Internal bleeding
  • Erosion
  • Perforation
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Puncturing of organs in the lower abdomen
  • Urinary problems
  • Scarring

If you received a transvaginal mesh implant and are having complications, you should seek immediate medical attention. For some patients it may require additional surgeries to repair or remove the mesh entirely. If you are having complications and believe its caused by a vaginal mesh implant, you should immediately seek legal representation.

Over the last several years thousands of lawsuits have been filed by patients throughout the United States. These lawsuits are justified because many women are facing irrevocable health issues along with the expenses resulting from these faulty implants. When a person is involved in a personal injury lawsuit they have the right to seek compensation for their injuries. In regards to a vaginal mesh lawsuit, the compensation may be for lost wages, pain and suffering, loss of consortium, medical expenses and other related costs resulting from a faulty implant.

LawLeaf understands while compensation may on the way, some people need money now. LawLeaf provides legal financing to plaintiffs involved in the litigation stages of vaginal mesh lawsuits. We offer lawsuit cash advances against lawsuits and injury claims that have been recently filed. If you are interested in receiving a lawsuit loan against a vaginal mesh case, contact LawLeaf today.

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LawLeaf offers lawsuit funding throughout the United States for trans vaginal mesh cases: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming and the District of Columbia D.C.