Articles tagged: Pelvic Organ Prolapse

C. R. Bard, Inc (sometimes referred to merely as Bard) is medical equipment company founded in 1907 by Charles R. Bard and has headquarters in New Jersey. However, Bard manufactures and markets their various products worldwide and employees around 11,000 people. Bard’s first claim to acclaim was the development and introduction of the Foley catheter. Now, the company provides surgical devices for both genders, and is one of the leading manufacturers of bladder slings for both pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence. Unfortunately, the FDA has recently questioned the safety of C. R. Bard bladder sling products as well as all other brands of bladder slings. Lawsuit claims have been filed in response to injury claims stemming from bladder sling treatment. At this time, C. R. Bard has the following bladder sling treatment options:

  • Align
  • Avaulta Solo Synthetic Support System
  • Avaulta Solo Support System
  • Avaulta Plus BioSynthetic Support System
  • BioSynthetic Support System
  • CollaMend Implant
  • Pelvitex Polypylene Mesh
  • Pelvitex Polypropylene Mesh
  • Faslata Allograft
  • PelviSoft Biomesh
  • Pelvicol Tissue
  • Pelvilace
  • Uretex
  • UGYTEX Dual Knit Mesh
  • Ugytex

Although the use of these C. R. Bard bladder sling devices aims to correct the ailments of pelvic organ prolapse and/or stress urinary incontinence, their use can result in serious physical harm. If you have been injured by one of these or another mesh device, you may want to consider a C. R. Bard Bladder Sling Lawsuit.

C. R. Bard Bladder Sling Complications

A C. R. Bard bladder sling attempts to provide additional support for pelvic tissue that has weakened over time. However, sometimes the polypropylene mesh comprising the sling can hurt the patient and result in serious physical complications. Bladder sling erosion can occur when the mesh pushes through the vaginal walls. Injury can also occur when the mesh shrinks or contracts. C. R. Bard bladder sling complications can result in pain, bleeding, infection, organ perforation, neuromuscular and even emotional damages to those they affect. Hospitalization and/or additional surgeries may be necessary to treat the issues.

File a C. R. Bard Bladder Sling Lawsuit: Consult With an Attorney

If you or a family member has sustained injuries as the result of C. R. Bard bladder sling surgery, contact the Willis Law Firm today. You may be legally entitled to financial compensation, and we can help you receive it. Our firm currently has caring female consultants ready to discuss your potential bladder sling lawsuit with you free of charge or obligation. All transvaginal mesh complication lawsuits are taken on a fee contingent basis. Call us today.

Founded in 1979, Massachusetts based Boston Scientific Corporation is a medical device technology that services the entire globe. In addition to neuromodulation, cardiac surgery, oncology, and peripheral interventions, Boston Scientific is also one of the top developers and manufacturers of bladder sling devices. Other major bladder sling manufacturers include American Medical Systems, C. R. Bard, and Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon. In the past few years, concerns have arisen regarding the safety and risk of complications associated with these bladder sling products. Bladder sling lawsuit claims have been filed against Boston Scientific as well as the other mesh manufacturing companies. The Boston Scientific Bladder Sling products that have been litigated against include:

  • Advantage Sling System
  • Advantage Fit
  • Arise
  • Pinnacle Pelvic Floor Repair Kit
  • Pinnacle Pelvic Floor Repair Kit 2
  • Prefyx PPS System
  • Prefyx Mid U Mesh Sling System
  • Lynx Suprapubic Mid-Uretrhal Sling System
  • Obtryx Mesh Sling
  • Obtryx Curved Single
  • Polyform Synthetic Mesh
  • Solyx

If you have been injured by any of these Boston Scientific bladder sling products, you may want to consider filing a transvaginal mesh lawsuit claim. A bladder sling lawsuit can potentially help you secure the money that you need to treat your complications, as well as damages for your decline in quality of life and inability to work.

FDA Boston Scientific Bladder Sling Warning

A July 2011 safety communication from the United States Food and Drug Administration made several updates to previously reported safety concerns regarding bladder sling complications. In this FDA alert, several new bladder sling concerns were discussed regarding all types of transvaginal mesh, including Boston Scientific products. Key findings include the following:

1) The use of transvaginal mesh bladder slings creates new risks that are non-existent in other types of treatment for pelvic organ prolapse.

2) There is no evidence suggesting that mesh bladder slings provide any benefit in comparison to non-mesh surgery.

The complications that can arise from treatment with a Boston Scientific bladder sling include: bladder sling erosion and mesh contraction. Bladder sling complications can result in harrowing pain, Dyspareunia, organ perforation, urinary problems, as well as other injuries. A  Boston Scientific Bladder sling lawsuit is one way to seek damages for your bladder sling injuries.

File a Boston Scientific Bladder Sling Lawsuit: Free Case Evaluation

Have you experienced painful complications following surgery with a Boston Scientific bladder sling device? Contact the Willis Law Firm today for a confidential bladder sling lawsuit evaluation conducted by one of our discreet and qualified female consultants. At present, we are reviewing transvaginal mesh cases on a national scale; all bladder sling clients are taken on a contingency fee basis. Call us today.

American Medical Systems is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of a product sometimes known as vaginal mesh. Vaginal mesh is also sometimes referred to as pelvic mesh or a bladder sling. One of American Medical Systems’ (AMS) main vaginal mesh products is called the In-Fast bladder sling. American Medical Systems (AMS) also manufacturers other medical vaginal mesh products like the BioArc, Elevate, Apogee, MonArc, MiniArc, and Perigree inserts.

Recent studies conducted by the Food and Drug Administration have revealed that there are potentially harmful side effects that may be caused by products like American Medical Systems’ (AMS) In-Fast bladder sling. One of the most commonly reported complications with devices such as American Medical Systems’ (AMS) In-Fast is vaginal mesh erosion. Vaginal mesh erosion can be very painful, and often times very difficult to repair. Back in 2008, the FDA first warned about mesh erosion saying that it occurred in rare occasions. More recently, in 2011, the FDA changed its previous statement to say that incidences of vaginal mesh erosion are no longer thought to be rare.

American Medical Systems In-Fast Bladder Sling

American Medical Systems’ (AMS) In-fast bladder sling is specially designed to treat patients suffering from stress urinary incontinence (SUI). It focuses on patients who have damaged pelvic tissue and muscles due to pregnancy, childbirth, trauma, radiation, prior surgery, or other issues which have caused the urethra and bladder to shift from their proper positions.

The American Medical Systems (AMS) In-fast bladder sling is a synthetic material placed in the pelvic region to offer support to the urethra. The In-fast bladder sling is meant to cradle the urethra and offer a point of support. There are also two titanium screws placed during the procedure connecting the AMS In-Fast sling to the back of the pubic bone.

According to American Medical Systems (AMS), there are some risks associated with the In-Fast pelvic mesh product. They state that inflammation and irritation may occur after surgery. They also claim that, ‘although rare, some of the most severe risks associated with sling procedures are infection, erosion and vessel or urethra perforation.’ Although the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have amended their statement to say that mesh erosion is ‘not rare,’ American Medical Systems (AMS), the makers of the In-Fast sling and other vaginal mesh products still claim that vaginal mesh erosion is rare.

American Medical Systems In-Fast Mesh Erosion

As mentioned before, the most commonly reported serious complication associated with vaginal mesh products like American Medical Systems’ (AMS) In-Fast bladder sling is mesh erosion. The FDA stated that mesh erosion occurs frequently enough to not be considered rare. Mesh erosion occurs when parts of the vaginal mesh product protrude through the vaginal walls. This can be a very painful experience for women. It may also cause infection in the vaginal walls. Typically when vaginal mesh erosion occurs from a product like American Medical Systems (AMS) In-Fast, surgery is required. The surgery seeks to remove the entire defective vaginal mesh product, but in many cases multiple surgeries are required to remove the entire product. Some patients have reported lingering pain even after undergoing multiple surgeries.

American Medical Systems (AMS) In-Fast Lawsuit

If you or a loved one is suffering from severe complications linked to the use of American Medical Systems’ (AMS) In-Fast, or similar device, you may be a good candidate for a transvaginal mesh lawsuit. Please contact the Willis Law Firm today. We are currently reviewing transvaginal mesh sling cases nationwide, and have female consultants ready to the sensitive issues regarding your potential case.

American Medical Systems (AMS) is a large manufacturer of medical products like the Elevate vaginal mesh insert. American Medical Systems (AMS) is one of the largest manufacturers of such products. AMS also makes the BioArc, Apogee, In-Fast, MonArc, MiniArc, Perigree, and SPARC vaginal mesh products. Often times, vaginal mesh is also referred to as a bladder sling or pelvic mesh.

Current research and finding suggest that products like American Medical Systems’ (AMS) Elevate bladder sling and other slings may not actually serve the benefits that they are meant to. Many patients who have received products like the American Medical Systems (AMS) Elevate have reported various complications. These complications range from mild symptoms like discomfort to very severe complications which may require multiple surgical procedures. The FDA released a warning statement back in 2008 regarding vaginal mesh, stating that there are complications in rare cases. In 2011, the FDA amended that original statement to say that these complications can no longer be considered ‘rare.’

American Medical Systems (AMS) Elevate Bladder Sling

According to American Medical Systems (AMS), the Elevate bladder sling is meant to be a minimally invasive solution to both anterior and apical defects. The Elevate bladder sling uses fixed tops which are supposed to lend to safe and simple mesh placement through a single vaginal incision. American Medical Systems’ (AMS) Elevate sling is designed to minimize tissue trauma.

Vaginal mesh implants are a common solution for two very common problems among women. Approximately 30-50% of women will experience either pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI) at some point in their lives. Both of these issues are located in the pelvic region and deal with shifting or misplaced pelvic organs. The purpose of a bladder sling like American Medical Systems’ (AMS) Elevate is to support the organs and fix the underlying problems. The problem is that these slings often don’t treat the problem, and often come with their own vaginal mesh complications.

American Medical Systems (AMS) Elevate Vaginal Mesh Erosion

Vaginal mesh devices like American Medical Systems’ (AMS) Elevate sling are meant to fix problems like stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP), however these problems often go unrepaired and the vaginal mesh inserts often erode. Mesh erosion is a very common problem with bladder slings and it can be very painful. Mesh erosion occurs when parts of the bladder sling protrude into the vaginal wall. In some cases, pieces of the implant actually break off into the vaginal walls.

Mesh erosion is very painful and typically leads to surgery to have the device removed. In many cases multiple surgeries will be required to remove all of the vaginal mesh. In some cases, patients have reported still experiencing pain even after enduring multiple surgeries. If you or a loved one is experiencing vaginal mesh erosion from a device like American Medical Systems’ (AMS) Elevate bladder sling, you may be entitled to financial compensation from the makers of this device.

American Medical Systems (AMS) Apogee Lawsuit

If you or a loved one is suffering from severe complications linked to the use of Boston Scientific’s Advantage Sling, or similar device, you may be a good candidate for a transvaginal mesh lawsuit. Please contact the Willis Law Firm today. We are currently reviewing transvaginal mesh sling cases nationwide, and have female consultants ready to the sensitive issues regarding your potential case.

Mesh Erosion Surgery

When choosing a surgical procedure as a treatment method for pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence, the last thing that a woman wants is a complication that requires further surgery. Unfortunately, many women who receive transvaginal mesh surgery for POP and SUI will experience “mesh erosion,” a very painful complication that necessitates invasive (and sometimes repeated) surgeries to correct. Alarmingly, some cases of mesh erosion can never completely be resolved even following multiple surgeries. This happens when the mesh further breaks apart during surgery, making it impossible to completely retrieve.

What is Mesh Erosion?

Mesh erosion happens when the materials of the mesh or bladder sling device are not accepted and incorporated by the various tissues in the pelvic area. Mesh, or surgical mesh, comes in both biologic and synthetic variations and is used to strengthen the weakened tissues that can lead to bladder pressure, POP and SUI. When the device erodes through the walls of the vagina, the results can be extremely painful. This pain is often increased during sexual intercourse; many of the partners of women with mesh erosion also report pain experienced to the penis during intercourse. As mentioned above, surgery is required to treat mesh erosion.

FDA Comments on Mesh Erosion

According to the United States Food and Drug Administration, the erosion of transvaginal mesh through the walls of the vagina is the “most common and consistently reported mesh-related complication” following this type of treatment. Between the years of 2005 and 2007, over one thousand women reported mesh complications to the FDA; shockingly between the years of 2008-2001 this number nearly tripled and the FDA received 2,874 adverse event reports regarding transvaginal mesh devices. In addition to mesh erosion, many other complaints regarding these products were filed ranging from vaginal scarring all the way to neuro-muscular problems. In response to these various complications, many women file mesh lawsuits in order to help them cover their treatment and emotional expenses.

File a Mesh Erosion Lawsuit: Speak to an Attorney

If you experienced mesh erosion or other complications following treatment with a transvaginal mesh or bladder sling device, you may have a legal entitlement to financial compensation. Call the Willis Law Firm today in order to receive valuable mesh erosion lawsuit information completely free and in confidence. We know that discussing these sensitive women’s issues can be potentially difficult, so we have a team of female consultants standing by for you. Although located in Houston, the Willis Law Firm is currently reviewing mesh erosion cases on a national level; all mesh erosion cases are taken on a contingency fee basis.

What is Mesh?

Surgical mesh, bladder sling, and transvaginal mesh are all terms that refer to a type of medical device inserted surgically for the treatment of both stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse in female patients. Both SUI and POP occur when tissues in the pelvic area are weakened over time (or following childbirth) and result in a loss of bladder control. Surgical mesh aims to lift prolapsed organs and relieve the pressure on the bladder that creates the incontinence. This type of procedure is supposed to provide a permanent solution to SUI and POP, however recent statements made by the Food and Drug Administration suggest that mesh treatment comes with many serious complications, including mesh erosion.

What is Mesh Erosion?

When mesh the synthetic or biologic materials that comprise the mesh do not incorporate properly into the body, the device forces its way through the surrounding tissues. Mesh can erode into the vagina as well as the bladder and is the most commonly reported complication that follows a mesh bladder sling surgery. Since 2005, nearly four thousand adverse event reports regarding mesh treatment have been filed with the FDA and the frequency of reports has tripled in the years since 2008. The FDA also reported that with the increased risks associated with transvaginal mesh comes not apparent medical benefit when compared to other forms of POP/SUI treatments.

Mesh Erosion Complications and Treatments

The complications that come from mesh erosion are very unpleasant; many patients will experience blood in the urine, severe pain, urinary tract infections, as well as possible draining of urine into the vagina. Treatment for mesh erosion requires surgery in order to remove the mesh as well as repair the damage done to the vagina and bladder. Multiple surgeries are sometimes required, and in many cases all of the pieces of the mesh will never be fully removed.

File a Mesh Erosion Lawsuit: Speak to a Bladder Sling Attorney

Female patients who experience mesh or bladder sling erosion may have a legal claim to financial damages. If this has happened to you or someone that you know, call the Willis Law Firm today. Our firm, located in Houston, is currently accepting nationwide mesh erosion cases. When filing a lawsuit, you want the most qualified attorney and Mr. Willis has nearly 30 years of legal experience as well as the highest peer review rating. All mesh bladder sling cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, which means that no legal expenses will be billed to you unless a recovery is made.

The makers of several different models of mesh bladder sling devices have come under fire as they have been linked to serious physical injuries, including mesh erosion. Many female patients have responded by filing lawsuits against the companies that produce and develop these potentially harmful products. These lawsuits are filed on the grounds that the products were not sufficiently tested and studied with clinical trials prior to being used on real patients. The following companies all have products that have been linked to bladder sling mesh erosion: American Medical Systems, Boston Scientific, C. R. Bard, and Johnson & Johnson. Another company, Mentor, had its product ObTape removed from the market when it was linked to especially high rates of mesh erosion.

What is Bladder Sling Mesh Erosion?

A bladder sling/transvaginal mesh device is used in women with persistent cases of stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapsed in order to “permanently” lift affected organs and alleviate the pressure on the bladder that creates incontinence. In some cases, if the body does not respond favorable to this treatment, the bladder sling erodes and pushes its way through the vaginal wall into the vagina, bladder, and sometimes even the bowels or rectum. According to the United States Food and Drug Administration’s July of 2011 Safety Communication, mesh erosion is the most consistent frequently reported complication and requires surgery and hospitalization in order to correct.

Other Mesh Bladder Sling Complications

Although terrible in and of itself, mesh erosion is not the only complication that can occur following surgical treatment with a bladder sling. All of the following conditions and problems have been linked to transvaginal mesh surgical devices:

  • Mesh contraction/shrinkage
  • Vaginal Bleeding and discharge
  • Neuro-muscular problems
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Extreme discomfort during sexual intercourse
  • Emotional Problems
  • Relapse of initial stress urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse

Talk to a Bladder Sling Attorney: File a Mesh Erosion Lawsuit

Did you suffer from mesh erosion or other complications following treatment with a bladder sling or other transvaginal mesh device? If so, call the Willis Law Firm today to find out if you are eligible for financial compensation through a mesh erosion lawsuit. We understand that it can be potentially embarrassing to discuss these sensitive women’s health issues, so we have female consultants ready to speak to you in complete confidence. All bladder sling cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, so you will not be responsible for any fees unless a recovery is made. Call us today.

Signs of Mesh Erosion

Surgical mesh is a medical tool used by doctors for the repair of damaged or injured tissue in various parts of the body. In the field of urogynecology, mesh is used to strengthen and lift the urethra in the treatment of both POP (pelvic organ prolapse) and SUI (stress urinary incontinence); this mesh can be made from both synthetic (with absorbable and non-absorbable options) and biologic material. In some cases, this can be a permanent solution to bladder control issues, but unfortunately this type of treatment has been linked to several very severe complications including mesh erosion.

What is Mesh Erosion?

Mesh erosion (also called extrusion, exposure, and protrusion) occurs when the mesh device is not compatible with the surrounding tissues and forcibly pushes through them. Signs of mesh erosion include harsh vaginal/pelvic pain, heightened discomfort during sexual intercourse, and even an inability to have intercourse. The partners of women suffering from mesh erosion may also experience pain to their penis as well. On July 13th of 2011, the United States Food and Drug Administration released an update to a previously released Safety Communication regarding the “Serious Complications Associated with Transvaginal Placement of Surgical Mesh.” According to this report, mesh erosion is not rare; in the years since 2008 the FDA has received nearly 3,000 adverse event reports regarding mesh erosion.

Other Mesh Complications

In addition to mesh erosion, the following injuries have been reported to the FDA by the recipients of transvaginal mesh treatment:

  • Severe Pain (especially during intercourse)
  • Infections
  • Neuro-Muscular problems
  • Organ perforation
  • Bleeding
  • Vaginal shrinking and scarring
  • Urinary problems and reoccurrence of SUI/POP
  • Emotional problems

Many of these mesh related complications require extensive surgery and/or hospitalization for treatment, both of which can be very expensive. For this reason, many women who suffer from mesh erosion or other complications choose to file a lawsuit in order to possibly obtain reimbursement or aide for these expenses.

File a Mesh Erosion Lawsuit: Speak to an Attorney Today

If you have been treated for POP or SUI with transvaginal mesh or a bladder sling device and have experienced mesh erosion or other complications, call the Willis Law Firm today. You may have a potential mesh erosion lawsuit, and our talented team of legal professionals can provide you with all of the relevant information you need to pursue this type of litigation. When you call, you will be provided with a completely free, no-obligation mesh erosion lawsuit consultation conducted by a female consultant trained in discussing these sensitive Women’s Health Issues. Mesh erosion cases are taken on a contingency fee basis; no legal fees will be billed unless a recovery is obtained.

American Medical Systems is a medical manufacturer which produces many medical different vaginal mesh products such as Apogee vaginal mesh. Vaginal mesh products are also sometimes known as bladder slings or pelvic mesh. Other vaginal mesh products manufactured by American Medical Systems (AMS) include BioArc, Elevate, In-Fast, MiniArc, Monarc, Perigree, and SPARC.

Recent findings by the Food and Drug Administration and other medical experts show that vaginal mesh products such as American Medical Systems’ (AMS) Apogee bladder sling may actually do more harm than good. In 2008, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued its first warning regarding vaginal mesh products such as AMS’ Apogee. More recently, in 2011, the FDA amended their original statement to say that complications with vaginal mesh products could no longer be considered ‘rare.’

American Medical Systems Apogee Treatment

American Medical Systems developed the Apogee bladder sling and other vaginal mesh products primarily to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women. These are two fairly common disorders which affect as many as 50% of women during some point in their lives. The disorders both deal with the shifting of organs in the pelvic region. American Medical Systems’ (AMS) Apogee sling was meant to support those organs and to fix the underlying problems associated with stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP). The Apogee sling is designed to reinforce damaged tissue and eliminate the symptoms.

American Medical Systems Apogee Sling Erosion

Ideally American Medical Systems’ Apogee sling would support the organs and fix the issues with pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI), but that isn’t necessarily the case. Numerous patient reports have surfaced claiming what is being called ‘mesh erosion.’ Mesh erosion is where portions of the vaginal mesh are actually protruding through the vaginal walls. This can be a very painful experience for women, often more uncomfortable than the original disorder. Also, many patients have reported that the bladder sling did not actually solve their incontinence or other original symptoms.

Many patients who received vaginal mesh products like American Medical Systems’ (AMS) Apogee sling have to return to their doctors to have the products removed. This will often require surgery to remove the eroded mesh. In some cases when the erosion has been more severe, multiple surgeries may be required to extract all pieces of the vaginal mesh. These surgeries might not always remove the entire problem, and in some cases patients have reported ongoing pain and discomfort even after numerous surgeries.

American Medical Systems Apogee Lawsuit

If you or a loved one is suffering from severe complications linked to the use of Boston Scientific’s Apogee sling, or similar device, you may be a good candidate for a transvaginal mesh lawsuit. Please contact the Willis Law Firm today. We are currently reviewing transvaginal mesh sling cases nationwide, and have female consultants ready to the sensitive issues regarding your potential case.

Bladder Sling Problems

Following the release of multiple notifications by the US Food and Drug Administration, bladder sling problems and the resultant litigation have been receiving more and more publicity. While the first FDA warning in 2008 simply acknowledged a potential for bladder sling complications, subsequent publications have increased in severity. In fact, according to a July 2011 alert, the FDA has gone as far as to say that the problems and complications resulting from transvaginal mesh sling treatment for pelvic organ prolapse are “not rare” and need to be further studied and examined.

Furthermore, the FDA has explicitly said that based on clinical evidence and medical research, transvaginal mesh slings provide no apparent benefits when compared with other non-mesh forms of treatments. While initially intended to treat stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse, bladder slings are now believed to result in a slew of problems much more debilitating and severe than the very conditions they were attempting to treat.

Bladder Sling Erosion

According to the information supplied by the United States Food and Drug Administration, the most frequently reported bladder sling problem occurring as result of surgical mesh use for the treatment of pelvic organ prolapsed is “bladder sling erosion,” or the erosion of the mesh materials of the sling through the vaginal walls. This agonizingly painful occurrence is also referred to as extrusion, protrusion, or exposure. In many cases, bladder sling erosion necessitates further invasive procedures to correct. Sometimes, even with multiple surgeries, this horrific bladder sling problem can never be fully resolved.

Bladder Sling Contraction

Another bladder sling problem that can occur following transvaginal surgical mesh treatment is called “mesh contraction,” and it takes place when the synthetic materials of the bladder sling shrink after being implanted in the body. “Mesh contraction” was unreported previous to the FDA’s July 2011 update alert. Data from medical journals states that bladder sling contraction is characterized by vaginal pain, as well as vaginal shortening and tightening. It is important to note that neither of these bladder sling problems (erosion or contraction) have been linked to one specific brand or product, so all of these products and procedures should be viewed with caution.

Symptoms of Bladder Sling Problems

In only the last three years, the FDA has received more than one thousand reports in regard to complications resulting from the use of mesh bladder sling treatment. Because many incidents are never reported, the actual number is likely much higher. Commonly reported symptoms of these bladder sling problems and complications include:

  • Vaginal Pain and Scarring
  • Bleeding (Due to perforation of bladder, bowel, and even blood vessels)
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Chronic Vaginal Discharge
  • Infection
  • Reoccurrence of Stress Urinary Incontinence or Pelvic Organ Prolapse
  • Neuro-Muscular Problems
  • Perineal Cellulitis
  • Emotional Problems

Talk to a Bladder Sling Lawyer

If you or someone you know has suffered any of the injuries listed above following bladder sling treatment, you may have a legal right to monetary compensation. Call the Willis Law Firm today in order to have your potential claim evaluated free of charge and completely confidentially. We are currently accepting bladder sling lawsuits nation-wide. Help us hold the makers of these negligent and defective devices responsible for the damage that they cause.