Sofradim Vaginal Sling Injury Lawyers Can Help Injured Persons
A medical device manufacturer named Sofradim has produced several transvaginal sling products. Unfortunately, some of Sofradim’s vaginal sling products have been alleged to cause serious medical injuries among patients who have received them. Several manufacturers of transvaginal sling products have produced devices that have been alleged to cause injuries. Surgeons across the country use transvaginal mesh products to treat stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.Obtaining Compensation for a Sofradim Vaginal Mesh Injury
Sofradim, and other manufacturers of transvaginal mesh products have failed to warn patients of the risks associated with their devices. If you or your loved one has suffered injury due to a defective transvaginal mesh product, you may be entitled to compensation through a product liability lawsuit. Successful plaintiffs can recover compensation for the cost of their medical treatment, lost wages due to taking time off work to recover, compensation for pain and suffering, and payment for any other associated economic losses related to the defective vaginal sling. Contact the experienced Charlotte personal injury lawyers at Arnold & Smith, PLLC today to schedule your free initial consultation.Transvaginal Mesh Manufacturers Have Failed to Warn Patients of the Risks
Sofradim and other medical device companies have advertised their transvaginal mesh products as effective ways to avoid open surgeries. They have claimed that implanting vaginal mesh products through the vagina is a minimally invasive procedure with fewer risks than open surgery. Hundreds of thousands of women across the United States have received transvaginal mesh products to treat stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.
Many of the dangerous complications associated with receiving a transvaginal mesh products have been hidden from patients. Product manufacturers have failed to provide adequate warnings for their products. Even though several studies have shown that transvaginal mesh operations are less effective than traditional, open operations, medical device companies have continued to claim that their transvaginal mesh products are a safe alternative to surgery.Patients: Sofradim Vaginal Mesh Devices Have Caused Dangerous Complications
Many women who received transvaginal mesh products are not aware serious risks caused by erosion. Erosion of the transvaginal mesh product is the most common cause of injury. Every year, women who received defective transvaginal mesh products discover that their mesh has eroded into the surrounding tissue. When erosion occurs, the mesh begins to penetrate and damage the patient's organs and surrounding tissue. As a result, the patient can suffer from sepsis, infections, and internal bleeding. Vaginal mesh products have been shown to perforate the patient's bowel, urethra, or bladder.
Patients who suffer from vaginal mesh perforation may require additional surgery to address the injuries caused by defective transvaginal mesh devices. In some cases, affected persons may need to undergo multiple risky open surgeries to remove the defective mesh and repair the damage to the surrounding tissue. Sadly, in some cases, the damage caused by the defective transvaginal mesh product is irreversible. Despite undergoing revision surgeries, some women discover that their incontinence is permanent and will last for the rest of their lives. Other women live with chronic pain that renders them unable to engage in normal daily activities.Bringing a Vaginal Mesh or Sling Case in North Carolina
Thousands of women across the United States have brought product liability lawsuits against the manufacturers of transvaginal mesh devices, including Sofradim. These device manufacturers have acted negligently; they have failed to warn patients of the risks associated with transvaginal mesh implant surgery. Despite knowing about thousands of reports of injuries from patients who received transvaginal mesh, these device manufacturers have continued to market their products as safe and effective.
The professionals at Arnold & Smith, PLLC believe that medical device manufacturers that have acted negligently or recklessly should be held accountable. Our attorneys have extensive experience advocating for clients who suffered serious personal injuries due to defective transvaginal mesh products. Our experienced professionals can help affected persons determine whether a claim can be brought, and can help persons develop a viable action in court.
The goal in a personal injury case is to obtain compensation that makes a person “whole.” While the injuries a person has suffered may never be healed, and a person may, practically, never again be “whole,” the legal system has developed standards and principles to help determine appropriate amounts of compensation for various injuries, and for pain and suffering.
Medical experts can help provide evidence regarding the costs associated with a person’s injuries. The professionals at Arnold & Smith, PLLC offer potential clients free initial consultations. Contact our Charlotte product liability law firm today to schedule your initial consultation.