Complications arising after a surgical procedure involve the expertise of a qualified medical professional. If you have a strong case, it is equally important that you are represented by an experienced attorney. We are here to protect your interests and defend your safety.
The attorneys at Babbitt, Johnson, Osborne & Le Clainche, P.A., have been handling complicated litigation claims for more than 40 years. We accept defective medical device cases throughout Florida and nationwide. Our clients are our top priority and we seek to reach the best possible outcome in the most efficient manner.
Injuries and Procedures Involving Transvaginal Mesh
Transvaginal mesh is a biological and synthetic material that is implanted in women to repair complications. The mesh is most commonly used in surgical procedures to repair pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women. The device is meant to eliminate symptoms and prevent further complications. In July 2011, the Food and Drug Administration released a statement warning of the complications of several types of transvaginal mesh used in surgeries to correct POP and SUI.
The side effects of defective transvaginal mesh can be extremely painful and have a profound effect on a woman. If you, a loved one or family member has suffered complications following a procedure it is important to know your legal options. Our attorneys are here to provide objective and knowledgeable legal advice so you can make an informed decision about your situation.
Experienced and Understanding Lawyers Working on Your Behalf
When you are trying to deal with the complications of an injury, you do not want to have to deal with the complications of pursuing a lawsuit. When you work with our team, you have the benefit of knowing that a highly experienced Florida attorney will be handling every step of your case. We take an assertive approach to preparing cases for litigation and an equally persistent approach to providing individualized attention for each of our clients.
West Palm Beach Attorneys Helping Victims of Surgical Mesh Complications — Contact Us Today
If you have questions or think that you may have a case, do not hesitate in contacting our attorneys. We offer free initial consultations and can be reached by phone at 561-531-5983, 888-407-5164 or online. All personal injury and defective device cases we accept are handled on a contingency fee basis. You will not be charged attorney's fees unless we win your case.