Vaginal Mesh Injury

Vaginal mesh is marketed as a solution for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Over several decades, the device has become anything but a solution for many women around the country. Tragically, vaginal mesh remains a "work in progress."

Legal Help When You Have Suffered A Transvaginal Mesh Patch Injury

Most women using vaginal mesh are not aware of the ongoing experimentation. Multiple attempts to make the product safer have resulted in mesh erosion through vaginal walls, bladders or other body parts. The supposedly safe device has led to complications that include:

  • Infection
  • Urinary problems
  • Recurrence of prolapse or incontinence
  • Perforation to the bladder or bowel or bladder erosion
  • Vaginal scarring
  • Pain during sexual intercourse

Various materials have been used to increase stabilization and strength, most recently mesh used for cardiovascular problems in the thoracic area of the heart. However, discomfort and pain from vaginal mesh products continue. Attorneys are taking to the national airwaves, offering their legal services to hold manufacturers accountable.

Janet Izzo's practice of vaginal mesh injury claims focuses on residents of Syracuse and the state of New York. She provides personalized, one-on-one representation, bringing you into our legal team as more than a client. The founder of our firm is one advocate. You are the other. We encourage you to own your rights to legal representation and quality medical devices.

Discuss This Sensitive Issue With A Compassionate Lawyer

If you have suffered injury due to the use of vaginal mesh, you probably have personal questions regarding your legal options. We will answer all your questions at a free consultation. Schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer in Syracuse by calling Izzo Law Office at 315-421-1000 or toll free at 315-421-1000. Alternatively, you can fill out our confidential online intake form.

We handle all cases involving vaginal mesh injury on a contingent fee basis. You only pay legal fees after we obtain a financial recovery in your case.