What Is the Statute For Filing A Mesh lawsuit In My State? Am I too Later To File A Mesh Lawsuit?
Women are just realizing the agony is from the vaginal mesh. But, for many states it may be too late. Many 2 year statute states have timed out unless you have a Boston Scientific or AMS mesh implant. Why? Because the vaginal mesh lawsuit can be moved to the state of the manufacturer and that is longer then 2 years.
Vaginal Mesh Helpline’s network of lawyers do not want any more women to be left out. The states still good include:
Washington DC Vaginal with a 3 year statute for product liability and
Florida Vaginal Mesh Lawyers = 4 Yrs.
Massachusetts Vaginal Mesh Lawyers = 3 Yrs.
Michigan Vaginal Mesh Lawyers = 3 Yrs.
Minnesota Vaginal Mesh Lawyers = 4 Yrs.
Montana Vaginal Mesh Lawyers = 3 Yrs.
New Hampshire Vaginal Mesh Lawyers = 3 Yrs.
New Mexico Vaginal Mesh Lawyers = 3 Yrs.
North Carolina Vaginal Mesh Lawyers = 6 Yrs.
Rhode Island Vaginal Mesh Lawyers = 3 Yrs.
South Carolina Vaginal Mesh Lawyers = 3 Yrs.
Washington Vaginal Mesh Lawyers= 3 Yrs.
Wisconsin Vaginal Mesh Lawyers= 3 Yrs.
Wyoming Vaginal Mesh Lawyers = 4 Yrs.
We urge you to file your vaginal mesh lawsuit before it is too late for you.
Our vaginal mesh lawyers understand that injury from vaginal mesh can be a difficult thing to discuss. You are not alone. Our female medical social worker is her for you.
Thousands of women in the U.S. have been harmed by complications from vaginal mesh. Manufacturers of these vaginal mesh products should be held accountable.