- May 5, 2012
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WILL DAVIDSON LLP is currently representing women in Canadian transvaginal mesh lawsuits, where transvaginal mesh was used to treat prolapse or stress urinary incontinence. These women are suffering from serious post-surgical injuries after undergoing gynecological or bladder repair surgery in Canada.
Canadian transvaginal mesh lawsuits are being commenced against the manufacturers of the transvaginal mesh, as transvaginal mesh can cause numerous complications, including perforation of the vaginal walls, pain, urinary problems, bleeding, and the recurrence of prolapse and/or incontinence. Complications have also led to injuries to nearby blood vessels and organs, including the bowel and bladder. These complications have triggered numerous Canadian transvaginal mesh lawsuits filed by patients who have fallen victim to infections, erosion of the vaginal mesh and other painful complications.
If you are interested in commencing a Canadian transvaginal mesh lawsuit, contact WILL DAVIDSON LLP today to learn how your rights can be asserted, and how you may be entitled to compensation. We would also be happy to answer any questions you have regarding Canadian transvaginal mesh lawsuits in general.
WILL DAVIDSON LLP is an experienced law firm with offices throughout Ontario. We are handling individual Canadian transvaginal mesh lawsuits nationwide, and are accepting new Canadian transvaginal mesh lawsuits from all provinces and territories.
- CTV News Investigates Complications of Transvaginal Mesh
On April 30th and May 1st, 2012, CTV National News released three news segments discussing the potential and devastating effects of transvaginal mesh.If you have suffered from transvaginal mesh complications, please contact WILL DAVIDSON LLP to discuss your situation, and how you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries.
- The Globe and Mail Discusses Risks of Transvaginal Mesh Surgery
After CTV National News released three news segments discussing the potential and devastating effects of transvaginal mesh, The Globe and Mail release their own article discussing the risks of transvaginal mesh surgery.If you have suffered from transvaginal mesh complications, please contact WILL DAVIDSON LLP to discuss your situation, and how you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries.
- Johnson & Johnson and Ethicon Inc.
On June 4, 2012, Johnson & Johnson and Ethicon Inc. advised that they will stop selling four different Johnson & Johnson transvaginal mesh products, citing a reported 600 complaints about these devices.
- July 24, 2012: The first transvaginal mesh judgment was released yesterday in the United States.
While there are many similar issues between transvaginal mesh devices in Canada and the United States, this award is not indicative of what transvaginal mesh victims in Canada can expect to receive if their claim is successful. http://www.bakersfieldcalifornian.com/health/x475201431/Bakersfield-woman-wins-5-5-million-in-first-of-trials-related-to-medical-device
WILL DAVIDSON LLP has been investigating the problems associated with transvaginal mesh since September 2011.
We are now representing over 70 women from all across Canada who have suffered horribly after receiving a transvaginal mesh product. We are representing women in individual actions who have received transvaginal mesh that was manufactured by Johnson & Johnson Inc., American Medical Systems, Boston Scientific, Atrium Medical Corporation and Tyco.
If you have any questions about your situation, or about the litigation of these cases, please contact our office at (416) 360-1194.
Meghan Walker, Associate: 905.337.9568. firstname.lastname@example.org.