Caldera Transvaginal Mesh Lawyers
Products such as ASCEND®PC, ASCEND®AC and DESARA® SLING SYSTEM, also commonly known as transvaginal mesh or pelvic mesh, and manufactured by Caldera Medical, Inc. of Agoura Hills, California, are used for pelvic organ prolapse and to treat stress urinary incontinence in women. If you have a pelvic mesh implant and are concerned about the side effects you have been experiencing, it is important to remember that you are not alone and that help is available. Apart from seeing your doctor as soon as possible, you may also find it helpful to speak to an attorney.
Protecting Consumers Nationally
Robinson Calcagnie, Inc., our legal team is currently investigating cases relating to Caldera mesh complications. From handling Fosamax and DePuy hip implant cases to Big Tobacco and auto product liability cases, and as national consumer advocates, it is essential to us to take a stand against negligent manufacturers and corporations who put profits over safety.
For more information on how we may help with your transvaginal mesh case, please call (888) 701-1288 or complete our online form. Our law firm is based in Southern California, but we are a national firm that has served numerous clients throughout the country.
Get the Right Answers
When it comes to your body and a medical device, one of the worst feelings in the world can be uncertainty about safety. Suffering harm from transvaginal mesh not only affects a woman physically, but emotionally and financially, as well. As a result of mesh side effects, far too many women are challenged with having to cope with the following:
- Vaginal mesh erosion through the vagina (also referred to as exposure, extrusion or protrusion)
- Severe pain (including painful sexual intercourse known as dyspareunia)
- Urinary problems
- Organ perforation (such as bowel or bladder)
- Recurrent prolapse
- Neuro-muscular problems
- Vaginal scarring/shrinkage
In many cases, medical device failures have led to subsequent revision or removal surgeries, which can be costly, painful and have devastating consequences. No one should ever have to experience any of these life-altering effects, especially when caused by a faulty device.
When this does happen, we understand that it can be difficult to find the courage to seek help. However, getting as much information as possible regarding your legal rights and options could provide an opportunity to hold negligent parties liable and help prevent others from suffering a similar fate. You may also be compensated for your injuries to offset lost wages, medical bills, and other damages. Any type of legal action should never be about getting even, but rather about setting things right.
Potential Risks of Mesh Products
Many of us put our trust and our lives into our doctors’ hands, and for the most part, have blind faith when it comes to pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Although other treatment options are available for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP), mesh surgery may be the only solution offered or encouraged. However, after several reports of injury, death and malfunction, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has put the use of surgical mesh for transvaginal repair under the microscope. After evaluating adverse event reports, the FDA has found cause for serious concern regarding the safety and effectiveness of mesh products.
Have You Been Injured? We Can Help
For more information about how we may help you with your transvaginal mesh case, please call (888) 701-1288 to speak to a legal representative or complete our online form. Consultations are confidential and free. The Caldera mesh attorneys at Robinson Calcagnie, Inc. are here to listen and provide you with the answers that you need.
Our lawyers are committed to investing the necessary time and energy into thoroughly investigating a case. From gathering and evaluating medical records and scientific data to getting to know our clients as well as their family members, we are both compassionate and fearless, providing our clients the leverage needed to obtain justice. For additional information about our firm’s dedicated efforts, please visit our Verdicts and Settlements web page.