Advocating For Women Injured By Mesh Products
Medical device manufacturers marketed vaginal mesh and bladder slings as effective solutions for women suffering from urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse. After these devices were implanted, however, some patients began suffering complications when the mesh eroded, causing internal damage.
At Henry C. Dailey, Jr., P.C., our team has successfully handled defective device claims for patients throughout Alabama who have suffered from life-changing, preventable injuries. Our founding attorney, Henry C. Dailey, has filed claims against nationally recognized medical device manufacturers and has won large settlements on behalf of his clients. He is ready to help you secure the compensation you need for your extensive injuries.
Common Complications Linked To These Defective Devices
The FDA has received reports that link these serious side effects to defective vaginal mesh and bladder slings:
- Compromised vaginal tissue
- Perforated organs
- Pain during intercourse
- Fecal or urinary incontinence
Although injured patients can have the faulty mesh removed from their bodies, the surgery is invasive and is not always effective. It is not uncommon for women to undergo multiple procedures before the medical device is completely removed from their bodies.
Our legal professionals recognize that the damage this device can cause may be life-altering for you and your loved ones. You can depend on us to aggressively represent your claim so that you receive the justice and the damages you deserve.
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