The vaginal mesh helpline has launched a major outreach campaign to locate all Texas women with injuries from a Prolene mesh implanted after 2001. the goal, according to L Spitzer who runs the helpline”is to make sure all injured Texas women get an experienced Texas vaginal mesh lawyer and file their vaginal mesh lawsuit”.
The horrors of the mesh coming into the Vaginal Mesh Helpline ,Texas on a daily are horrific. The helpline is reaching out to the major cities of Texas as well as the spanish speaking areas with abogados de vaginal mesh.
According to the Southeast Texas Record a Texarcana woman has sued for the vaginal mesh due to increased incontinence and injury. Lawsuits are being filed by Texas women from Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, TX, El Paso, Arlington, Austin, Corpus Christi, Plano, Garland, TX, Lubbock, Laredo, Irving, Amarillo, and Brownsville. Some of the major Spanish speaking areas include: Houston, Dallas, San Antonio and El Paso. The beginning primary focus will be on locating women with vaginal mesh failure in Houston, Dallas and Austin.
Another Texas woman filed a vaginal mesh lawsuit against Boston Scientific Corp. Uphold Vaginal Support System. 1000′s of women have joined the MDL against Boston Scientific, American Medical Systems (AMS), Ethicon, Bard, UGYTEX and Coviden.
In Beaumont, TX we see a transvaginal mesh lawsuit. The Southeast Texas Record reported in March that another Texas woman filed a vaginal mesh lawsuit.
Another transvaginal mesh lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas (Marshall) on October 17, 2012 alleging vaginal mesh side effects. Ethicon, Inc. was named as the defendant. This woman joins 1000′s of women from Texas who have had defective vaginal mesh products ruin their lives. Women have seen chronic incontinence, urinary tract infections and painful intercourse after the implant has eroded into either their vaginal wall, bladder or bowel.
We cannot impress how important it is to send a message and file your vaginal mesh lawsuit.
The Texas outreach program is seeking to help Texas women implanted with a failed mesh locate a lawyer and a doctor.