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Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
LawsuitLegal.com has announced the continued acceptance of inquiries from injury victims and their families who feel their suffering may be the result of their mesh implant surgery. Transvaginal mesh recipients, who underwent repair surgery and suffered alleged complications or required revision surgeries qualify to get matched with a top attorney to get their legal options.
The process is entirely confidential, secure, and takes less than 5 minutes online. Sufferers are asked to share simple information about their case and medical details used by the attorneys to determine available legal options. Women who underwent the procedure with unsatisfactory results should visit here to share what happened.
Applicants are asked to share when their surgery took place, what complications they feel resulted from the use of mesh, and whether revision surgeries have already been attempted. Additionally, experienced female attorneys are available for victims who would be more comfortable discussing the details of their case with a woman.
According to a company representative, "The online case review process is entirely confidential, uses secure 256-bit encryption, and has been streamlined to match people with the best lawyer for their situation."
According to the site, transvaginal mesh devices were used in the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence in the U.S. since 1996. A revised FDA safety alert was issued 2011 by the FDA stating significant health issues associated with the use of these tissue repair implants.
Qualifying individuals are able to, at their discretion, pursue the legal options presented to them if they so choose, though they are under no obligation to do so. After getting the legal answers sought, the individual can choose not to file a lawsuit claim if they don't want to, and can pursue their options how they choose.
Currently a number of the manufacturers of mesh devices are embroiled in a multidistrict ligitgation (MDL), while the first transvaginal mesh lawsuit to go to trial resulted in an $11.1 million verdict in favor of the plaintiff (Gross v. Gynecare Inc., Atl-L-6966-10, NJ) according to a Bloomberg report. The verdict consisted in over $7.76 million in punitive damages handed down against manufacturer J&J in the landmark vaginal mesh case.
There is limited time to file a claim. Women who allege to have suffered serious injuries following implantation may be entitled to significant compensation for their suffering and should request to learn more about the ongoing litigation today.
Helping U.S. residents get matched with the top U.S. legal professionals and attorneys nationwide. For all your legal needs, if injured, treated unfairly, or simply considering the merits of a lawsuit claim, share the details of your case today: http://www.lawsuitlegal.com