After July of this year many vaginal lawyers will no longer be accepting vaginal mesh lawsuit cases for states with 2 year statute of limitations. The number of lawyers still accepting cases for states with 1 yr statutes is minimal. States with 1 year statutes include: Tennessee, Louisiana, and Kentucky. At the end of July women in the states with 2 year statutes may have a difficult time finding lawyers to accept their vaginal mesh lawsuits as well.
After July there will be a number of states left with 4 year and 6 year statutes of limitations. But, even if your vaginal mesh was implanted in one of these “lucky” states you should not procrastinate getting your lawsuit filed. If you have had your mesh implanted in a state that is not on the list below you will need to find a very creative and shrewd lawyer or law firm that will accept your case.
The following states have 4 or 6 year statutes:
Arkansas, Washington D.C, Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, South Carolina and South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming are all 4 to 6 year states.
To find out more about the vaginal mesh lawsuit updates check back on this site frequently. We are always posting the latest information. Do not despair. We may be able to locate a lawyer who will accept your case even if your mesh was implanted in a one year or two year statute state.
We are extremely concerned about the women who may been left out and urge you contact us right away.