Bard Avaulta Mesh Lawsuits

Bard Avaulta mesh lawsuits are defective medical device cases in which women who have sustained serious injuries as a result of using this vaginal mesh sling seek compensation for their medical bills, decreased quality of life, permanent disabilities, pain and suffering. The Bard Avaulta mesh sling (or patch) is a surgically implanted device that is intended to bolster vaginal walls that have been weakened by certain surgeries or multiple childbirths. In general, the Bard Avaulta mesh patch is used to treat:

  • pelvic organ prolapse (POP), a condition in which lack of support from the vaginal walls in the pelvic regions causes the bladder, uterine tissue, or rectum to fall out of place
  • stress urinary incontinence (SUI), an inability to control urination when exerting pressure on your bladder when coughing, sneezing, lifting heavy objects, laughing, etc.

Although effective for some women in the treatment of SUI and POP, many others have developed some serious, painful and debilitating side effects as a result of factors that may include (but aren’t limited too):

  • concomitant procedures (other surgeries performed at the same place as the insertion of the mesh patch)
  • the material the mesh patch is made of
  • the size and shape of the patch used
  • use of an improper surgical procedure for insertion

Side Effects Spurring Bard Avaulta Mesh Litigation

Some of the serious side effects that have caused women to initiate a Bard Avaulta mesh lawsuit include:

  • chronic infections
  • erosion of the urinary tract
  • perforation of the bowels, bladder, or blood vessels during insertion
  • recurring SUI or POP
  • pain during intercourse
  • severe pain in the pelvic region, back, hips or legs

Women who develop any of these serious health complications after using the Bard Avaulta mesh patch will likely have to undergo blood tests and invasive surgery to remove the defective device. Once their health is stable, they should receive a complimentary initial consultation from the attorneys at Chaffin Luhana LLP to:

  • Learn more about their legal rights and entitlements
  • Receive a thorough evaluation of their case
  • Get expert advice regarding how to secure the maximum possible settlement award

Injured women can initiate a Bard Avaulta mesh lawsuit at no upfront cost to them, as the Bard Avaulta mesh lawyers at our firm work on contingency fee and therefore are only compensated if we are able to achieve a successful Bard Avaulta mesh settlement.