The Bladder Mesh Lawsuit Center provides complete information for women who have been injured after a transvaginal placement of a mesh product.

Frequently Asked Bladder Mesh Questions

Who Is Filing Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits? Which Devices Are Included in Mesh Lawsuits?

Women everywhere are seeking harm for injuries related to the serious side effects of transvaginal mesh. There are six companies whose products are involved in lawsuits: C.R. Bard, American Medical Systems, Boston Scientific, Ethicon (Gynecare), Coloplast, and Cook Medical. Read more

Should I Sue?

Transvaginal mesh failures can have a profoundly negative effect on your life. You could be eligible for compensation to be made whole again. Read more

What Makes For a Good Mesh Lawsuit?

Part of what it takes is having a good case, which means a lot of supporting evidence to demonstrate harm suffered by the mesh. Read more

What Is the Mesh MDL and How Long Will It Last?

A multidistrict litigation is a consolidation of thousands of federal court cases into a single federal court in West Virginia for pretrial proceedings. Read more

How Much Can I Expect From Filing a Mesh Lawsuit?

The amount you can expect depends on a number of factors. Read more

I Filed My Mesh Lawsuit. What’s the Next Step?

What happens next depends in large part on whether the manufacturer is willing to settle the case out of court.  Read more

In Mesh Litigations, How Are Attorneys Paid? How Long Does It Take To Get Paid If I Win My Mesh Lawsuit?

Attorneys are typically paid a percentage—and only if they win. Should they win, how long it takes to get your money depends on several circumstances.  Read more

Have Transvaginal Mesh Products Been Recalled?

Some manufacturers have discontinued future sales of some transvaginal mesh products, but have not yet recalled products already sold. Read more

What Are the Symptoms of Transvaginal Mesh Failure?

Pain, bleeding, and problems urinating are among the symptoms. Read more

What Is Transvaginal Mesh and What Is It Used For?

A medical device developed as a type of netting to repair weakened or damaged tissue. Read more