Transvaginal Mesh

In September 2011, the FDA issued a recall of transvaginal (TV) mesh devices due to the various injuries and medical conditions that were caused by these products. Harrison Davis Steakley Morrison Jones, P.C., is currently litigating cases for those who have suffered from transvaginal mesh products and may be entitled to compensation for their injuries.

Signs And Symptoms Of TV Mesh Injuries

Recipients of these pelvic mesh devices have suffered from serious side effects such as:

  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Infections
  • Lower back pain
  • Perforations of the bowel
  • Perforations of the bladder
  • Perforations of blood vessels
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Reoccurrence of pelvic organ prolapse
  • Stress urinary incontinence
  • Urinary problems

If you have had transvaginal mesh implanted during surgery and have suffered from any of the above mentioned side effects, or other unusual symptoms, you should seek the advice and representation of experienced counsel. We provide free consultations with skilled female attorneys who can provide you with the answers you need in a setting designed to minimize the stress you experience while talking about this difficult situation.

A Firm With The Resources To Fight Large Device Manufacturers

Our firm has the capital, understanding and experience required to fight for your rights in these complex cases. When device manufacturers and their insurance carriers throw large legal departments at a case, we stand fast and put our clients on even legal footing with these massive companies.

We staff a nurse, private investigator and an information technology (IT) professional, who assist us in preparing and presenting the best possible case on your behalf. Our goal is to maximize your recovery and make greedy corporations compensate you for the harm they cause due to defective medical devices.

Ready For Justice? Contact HDSMJ Trial Lawyers

Call us at 866-539-2648 or 254-633-2813 to arrange a free consultation with one of our female attorneys. We are located in Waco, Texas, but travel across the country to serve those who have been hurt by defective medical devices and defective drugs.