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Transvaginal mesh is a woven fabric implanted into women to help reinforce the vaginal walls and pelvic floor that may have become weakened due to pregnancy, childbirth or menopause. It is intended to help treat pelvic prolapse, bladder prolapse and other conditions, and to provide women with an increased quality of life.
Thousands of women have allegedly experienced complications such as mesh site bleeding, local organ damage, urinary tract issues and infections following TVM implantation. Patients who have allegedly been injured by a TVM device may be eligible to file a TVM lawsuit in Alabama and seek compensation for their injuries.
It is important to note that there is a time limit to file a TVM lawsuit, also known as a statute of limitations, and this timeframe will vary from state to state. Women in Alabama have two years from the date on which the injury occurred to file a TVM lawsuit. Failure to do so within the applicable period may prevent you from seeking compensation in the future for your condition.
Complications have been linked to several TVM products manufactured by American Medical Systems, Boston Scientific, Johnson & Johnson, Covidien, Ethicon and C.R. Bard. As a result, plaintiffs across the U.S. are currently working with transvaginal mesh attorneys to file TVM lawsuits for injuries allegedly sustained as a result of these products.
Do You Have a TVM Lawsuit?
If you or someone you love in Alabama has experienced complications due to TVM, contact Attorney Group for Alabama to discuss filing Alabama transvaginal mesh lawsuits. We can answer questions about your legal rights and potential compensation and connect you with an affiliated attorney who can file a TVM lawsuit on your behalf.