The transvaginal mesh attorneys with The Cochran Firm, D.C. are actively investigating claims for women who suffered injuries related to Coloplast Corp’s vaginal mesh and bladder sling products. Women nationwide are filing lawsuits over transvaginal mesh products after experiencing painful injuries such as infections, pelvic pain, mesh erosion, and other complications. Some women have needed revision surgery to have the mesh product removed, which caused further complications.
Coloplast makes vaginal mesh products for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Some of these products include:
Women are filing vaginal mesh lawsuits because they allege they were seriously injured by these products. Vaginal mesh products like Coloplast’s products are meant to repair damaged or weakened tissue related to SUI and POP. The lawsuits allege that the polopropylene mesh used to make the transvaginal mesh products is incompatible with human tissue and causes inflammatory reactions, infections, and chronic pain. The vaginal mesh lawsuits further allege that these products can disintegrate after being implanted and cause adverse reactions. The mesh lawsuits claim that mesh products were defectively designed and inherently dangerous and seek compensation for women injured by mesh products.
If you or someone you love was injured by a vaginal mesh product, please contact our experienced team of legal professionals. We are actively investigating claims related to Coloplast mesh products. All inquiries are free, confidential, and carry no obligation. Because strict time deadlines apply to these claims, we recommend contacting us as soon as possible.