Washington, D.C./Baltimore/Maryland/Virginia Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits
If you or a family member has been harmed by a vaginal mesh device, our experienced product liability lawyers can help. Many of these medical devices have a high rate of serious complications, prompting many women who have been injured by them to file claims against the makers of these products.
The seasoned team of medical device attorneys with The Cochran Firm, D.C. are currently investigating claims regarding defective transvaginal medical mesh devices. Because time limitations may bar you from bringing a claim, contact our legal team today in order to receive a free no-obligation case evaluation.
If you are experiencing problems with your vaginal mesh, contact your medical care provider as soon as possible. Then contact The Cochran Firm, D.C. for a no-cost consultation to determine whether you can recover compensation. We can explain your legal options and the steps needed to file a vaginal mesh lawsuit. Our team of experienced defective medical product lawyers are handling vaginal mesh legal claims in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Maryland, Virginia, and around the country.
Transvaginal mesh product liability claims
Vaginal meshes are surgical meshes that are implanted through a vaginal wall incision. The transvaginal mesh (TVM) is a product designed to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women. The TVM product is also known as a bladder sling mesh, TVT mesh, transvaginal tape, and vaginal mesh.
Because of painful and sometimes permanent complications caused by defective vaginal mesh products, legal claims against the makers of these products are being filed nationwide.
Some of the firms and products we are investigating include, but are not limited to:
- Boston Scientific Corp. Arise, Advantage Fit, Lynx, Pinnacle, Prefyx PPS, Obtryx, Solyx
- Caldera Mesh
- C. R. Bard Inc.’s Avaulta vaginal mesh devices (Plus, Solo, Biosynthesis), Pelvic meshes (PelviSoft, Pelvicol, PelviLace)
- Cook Medical Inc.
- Coloplast Corp. Mesh
- Tyco IVS Tunneller mesh
- Mentor ObTape
- American Medical Systems Inc. (AMS) Mini Arc Single Incision Sling
- Gynecare Prosima, TVT, Gynemesh, and Prolift devices
- Ethicon Inc., a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary