The widespread use of surgical mesh to treat pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence and hernias has unfortunately caused serious and permanent complications for many patients. Thousands of women and men have endured further surgeries to remove mesh or mitigate the problems it caused.
If you have experienced symptoms relating to transvaginal mesh or other surgical mesh, the Law Office of John W. Redmann, L.L.C., can explain your legal rights and remedies. Our New Orleans personal injury attorneys pursue damages from the manufacturers of defective mesh products and the surgeons who implanted them.
Personal injury lawyer John W. Redmann has represented clients in Greater New Orleans and throughout Louisiana for more than 20 years. In recent years, his legal team has brought successful claims for defective products and medical malpractice for the harm caused by surgical mesh products.
Surgical mesh and transvaginal mesh are commonly used to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women. Surgical mesh “patches” have also been widely used to repair hernias in men and women.
While meshes are supposed to be a permanent solution, a high percentage of women have experienced serious adverse outcomes within months or a few short years. Negative effects may include:
The Food and Drug Administration issued an advisory to physicians and patients in 2011 after investigating complaints about surgical meshes. The FDA concluded that transvaginal mesh introduces more risks than traditional repairs without significant benefits and is not particularly effective in treating prolapse.
We stand up to medical product companies, medical providers and their insurance companies to see that our clients are fairly compensated. This includes the costs and hardships of revision surgery, lasting disability, pain and suffering, and diminished quality of life. Our law firm has long experience in mass tort litigation (class actions), and we can pursue individual claims against doctors and manufacturers.
To schedule a free initial consultation with a New Orleans surgical mesh attorney, contact us online or call (504) 500-5000. Gather any information you can about the manufacturer and product name, the surgeon who performed the procedure, the date of the implant, and all symptoms you have experienced. We will take care of the rest.
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