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Still Waiting On Your Transvaginal Mesh Settlement?
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Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit Funding

Thousands of women have been harmed by defective Transvaginal Mesh Implants. These implants were intended to help women suffering from pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI). However, many women have experienced terrible health consequences after receiving the mesh implants.

As a result, numerous Transvaginal Mesh lawsuits have been filed against the manufacturers of Transvaginal Mesh. Currently, no class actions have been certified. However, this could change in the future, as thousands of women have experienced common issues related to defective Transvaginal Mesh implants, and the number continues to grow.

Types of Transvaginal Mesh Defective Products That We Supply Pre Settlement Funding To Include:

Defects In Design:

A defect in design is an error in a product’s design that makes it dangerous to consumers. For example, thousands of women have filed product liability lawsuits against various manufacturers of TransVaginal mesh implants. A major claim in these lawsuits is that a defect in the way the mesh was designed caused it to break apart and erode after only a short period, causing pain and serious complications.

Inadequate Warnings:

This occurs when a manufacturer provides inadequate warnings about the risks associated with its products. In the TransVaginal mesh lawsuits, many women have alleged that manufacturers failed to warn patients about the dangers of infection and mesh erosion.

Manufacturing Defects:

This is when a product fails to meet the manufacturer’s own specifications – thus making it unsafe. A TransVaginal mesh implant may have a manufacturing defect if an error in the production process caused the mesh to fall below the manufacturer’s own requirements

Funding For Your Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit

Many Transvaginal Mesh lawsuits have been consolidated into multidistrict litigation (MDL) matters in the federal courts. Under MDL law, federal lawsuits that share at least one common issue of fact are combined and transferred to one federal court for pretrial proceedings. The Transvaginal Mesh lawsuits do not become class action matters. Instead, once pretrial proceedings are completed, any pending lawsuits will be transferred back to the original courts in order to be heard individually.

Pravati Legal Funding understands the difficulty in finding a lawyer that is best suited to fight for your Transvaginal Mesh lawsuit. That’s why we’ve taken the work out of lawyer selection and have developed a vast network of lawyer’s with various specializations. We review your case and match you to the perfect lawyer for your complaint. But we know that finding a lawyer or an attorney isn’t the only challenge facing you. Often, the time between filing your complaint and settlement or adjudication is a long one, and when you’re suffering damages, you need money to help pay medical bills, replace lost wages, obtain a revision surgery and more. Pravati Legal Funding can provide transvaginal mesh pre-settlement funding that helps you manage these expenses and hold out for the settlement you deserve.

Contact us today to get money before your vaginal mesh lawsuit settles in court.

Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit Pre Settlement Funding

SIDE EFFECTS CAUSED BY TRANSVAGINAL MESH

  • Urinary tract infection
  • Return of incontinence
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Unusual discharge
  • Pain in the pelvic and surrounding regions
  • Pain while having sex
  • Pain while urinating or defecating
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Sharp and inconsistent pains in bladder, pelvis or surrounding areas
  • Puncture of nearby organs
  • Ongoing or repeated vaginal or urinary infections

 

If you believe that you are experiencing side effects from transvaginal mesh, see your doctor for diagnosis.

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