09/19/2013 // Vaginal Mesh Website (Press Release) // Life Care Solutions Group // (press release)
West Virginia – Recent reports on a defective products/transvaginal mesh (TVM) trial that is moving forward in West Virginia help illustrate the serious nature of the widespread problem for women who have been treated with the vaginal mesh or sling. As the news updates on the transvaginal mesh trial in West Virginia note, the case against C.R. Bard Inc. is one of numerous lawsuits that are part of Multi-District Litigation (MDL) in the state linked to injuries sustained by women because of the medical device. As more women step forward to bring light to the pelvic mesh complications they have experienced, the issue of surgical mesh risks is steadily becoming more of a staple in national headline news.
The Life Care Solutions Group has been tracking the latest news about vaginal mesh for the benefit of those who need more information about these matters along with the progress being made in courts for women who have brought forth transvaginal mesh claims. The group has been established to assist women who have been injured by a mesh or sling implant to better understand their medical and legal options as well as assess any life care planning costs associated with a related claim.
Women who have been injured by the mesh or sling may need to seek assistance to determine whether their TVM claim has merit. Many of these cases involve allegations that the manufacturers of the medical devices used in the treatment of conditions such as pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence were aware of the risks associated with them.
Thousands of cases reportedly remain that are part of the MDL in West Virginia. Two upcoming trials are scheduled for August 19 and September 9th.
The Life Care Solutions Group TVM Help Desk can be contacted for more information or updates on TVM case progress and outcomes.
Address: West Virginia