Florida-Based Attorney Representing Victims of Defective Transvaginal Mesh Products Nationwide

transvaginal_meshTransvaginal mesh is a synthetic or biologic material permanently implanted in women to repair pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or to support the urethra to treat urinary incontinence. Women might undergo the surgical procedure following birth to repair the weakened vaginal wall.

However, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has found that transvaginal mesh, regardless of manufacturer, can expose patients to health risks such as the erosion of the product into surrounding areas of the pelvis and pelvic organs. Part of the product can become implanted as intended to strengthen the vaginal wall while some of it is not absorbed into the tissue. If complications arise as a result, removal of the implant can be complicated and costly. Or, other health issues could develop. It is important to seek appropriate medical care immediately if you notice persistent abdominal pain, unexplained fever, tenderness in the pelvis or other unusual symptoms.

Experienced Defective Medical Device Lawyers

Ted Babbitt is experienced at holding manufacturers of defective medical devices and implants accountable. When devices or implants fail to protect patient safety and/or are inadequately designed, the negligence of the manufacturer should be addressed. He is a resourceful and knowledgeable attorney that can help you determine if you have a case for a lawsuit to recover from your injury and costs.

Holding Major Corporations Accountable

Ted handles complex defective medical implant cases from across the country. He holds major corporations accountable for their defective products and passionately pursue your maximum compensation. Your safety, recovery and protection of your rights are important. They must be defended, and he is dedicated to properly building case that will defend your best interests with the supportive legal assistance you need.

He collaborates with medical and economic experts to fully evaluate the value of your case, calculating past, present and future costs caused by injuries and medical complications.
In many cases, a drug company’s prior knowledge of side effects and potentially harmful complications caused by its products is blatantly negligent. The companies put profits ahead of patient safety. He will examine the facts of your case and scrutinize every detail to construct a case that counters its defense with the transparency of a straightforward, fact-based strategy.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse Injury Attorneys

Transvaginal mesh, a biological and synthetic material that is used to repair pelvic organ prolapse (POP).

This is a permanent device that is implanted into a woman’s body. If this device does not work properly, there can be serious adverse effect on a woman’s health. If you or a loved one has been injured, Ted will strongly advocate on your behalf in a lawsuit against the manufacturer.

Ted Babbitt has more than 40 years of experience advocating for victims in personal injury and defective drug cases. He has handled complex defective implant cases throughout Florida and the entire country. He is a highly skilled litigator that takes an aggressive approach to representing clients in the courtroom and does not back down to a challenge.

What Is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) occurs when the muscles supporting a woman’s pelvic area become very weak and the pelvic organs move out of place. It most commonly occurs after menopause, after childbirth or after a hysterectomy. Oftentimes, surgery is performed to correct the issue. This procedure involves the permanent insertion of transvaginal mesh (a synthetic or biologic material).

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has found that many brands of the transvaginal mesh are defective and cause serious complications such as erosion, blood vessel perforation and more. If you are experiencing pain or unusual symptoms, it is important you seek medical treatment promptly.

Experienced Litigators on Your Side

He has years of experience representing individuals in defective drug and device litigation throughout Florida. He will work with a wide range of experts to assist in valuing our clients’ cases and seek to obtain the maximum amount of compensation for your claim. He examine every detail of a case and scrutinize evidence in order to create the most effective argument that counters the defenses strategy.

Transvaginal Mesh to Treat Stress Urinary Incontinence Complications

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently reported many different complications associated with all brands of transvaginal mesh used to correct stress urinary incontinence (SUI). If you have suffered complications or have been exposed to health risks after surgery involving the implantation of transvaginal mesh, you deserve to be compensated.

Ted Babbitt  has more than 40 years of experience in the area of personal injury and defective device litigation. He is a transvaginal mesh attorney committed to holding manufacturers accountable for promoting defective products and will seek to obtain the maximum amount of compensation on your behalf.

Stress Urinary Incontinence or Loss of Bladder Control

Urinary incontinence (or loss of bladder control) occurs when a person is unable to control the release of urine through the bladder. Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) occurs when urine is released through pressures such as coughing, sneezing, exercising or other activities. For women, changes in the body that occur after childbirth and menopause can cause SUI. The implantation of transvaginal mesh is frequently used to support the urethra and correct SUI, or correct other conditions such as pelvic organ prolapse (POP).

The Highest Level of Quality Service

In addition to his significant experience and proven track record in the courtroom, he is committed to providing the highest level of quality service for his clients. He provide personalized attention and strong advocacy throughout all steps of the legal process. He will never compromise the level of service he provides simply to settle a case quickly. He enters the courtroom with full force and prepared to win.

Vaginal and Cervical Erosion Injuries From Transvaginal Mesh

Procedures that implant devices to correct pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) are intended to address serious and painful symptoms that affect the patient's health. If the transvaginal mesh inserted is defective, the patient can suffer serious complications that can require a lengthy recovery time.

If you have had corrective surgery involving transvaginal mesh and are suffering from side effects such as cervical and vaginal erosion, it is important to seek legal advice. Ted Babbitt represent clients throughout Florida and nationwide involving defective devices such as transvaginal mesh.

Cervical Erosion Resulting From Transvaginal Mesh

In July 2011, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a public health notification that warned consumers serious complications had been association with procedures involving transvaginal mesh and surgical mesh implantation. One of the serious side effects of transvaginal mesh implantation includes vaginal erosion. This is a very painful complication that can result in the skin in the vaginal walls splitting. In order to correct the complication, additional surgical procedures may be needed.

Other serious side effects of transvaginal mesh include recurrence of prolapse, recurrence of urinary incontinence and more. These and other side effects are ones that are, unfortunately, intended to be corrected with transvaginal mesh procedures in the first place.

Vigorous Advocacy From an Experienced Team

Serious injuries are difficult to deal with. The importance of having a strong advocate on your side is nearly immeasurable. Ted is a Florida-based attorney that represents victims of defective transvaginal mesh products nationwide. Contact him at (561) 375-2841 for a free case evaluation. He will take a detail-oriented approach to evaluating the evidence of your case and make certain that manufacturers are held accountable for promoting an unsafe device.

Transvaginal Mesh Side Effects and Symptoms of Injuries

Serious injuries can have a profound effect on a person. If you have been injured as the result of a defective product, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Your safety and well-being are important to us. You can be certain that you will have someone on your side at all times.

Ted has been handling complex litigation claims for more than 45 years. He will hold manufacturers responsible for promoting unsafe devices and make certain that His clients receive just compensation for their injuries.

West Palm Beach Lawyer Helping Victims of Transvaginal Mesh Complications

There are many serious side effects and complications associated with all brands of transvaginal and surgical mesh implants. Some of the serious side effects include infection, organ perforation, bleeding and pain during intercourse. Other painful side effects and symptoms of transvaginal mesh injuries include:

  • Blood vessel perforations
  • Recurrence of pelvic organ prolapse (POP)
  • Recurrence of stress urinary incontinence (SUI)
  • Mesh protrusion through the vaginal wall
  • Vaginal erosion
  • Vaginal mesh shrinkage
An Experienced Trial Attorney Will Be on Your Side

Ted Babbitt has significant experience handling complex litigation cases and in-depth knowledge of the law. He pays meticulous attention to the details of his client’s case to be certain that he is fully prepared. His skilled legal team knows how to scrutinize evidence and can call upon medical and economical experts to provide authoritative testimony about the severity of your injuries.

Transvaginal Mesh Injuries and Procedures

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.

Ted Babbitt has been handling complicated litigation claims for more than 40 years. He accept defective medical device cases throughout Florida and nationwide. His clients are his top priority and he 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. Ted is here to provide objective and knowledgeable legal advice so you can make an informed decision about your situation.

Experienced and Understanding Tansvaginal Mesh 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 his team, you have the benefit of knowing that a highly experienced Florida attorney will be handling every step of your case. He take an assertive approach to preparing cases for litigation and an equally persistent approach to providing individualized attention for each of his clients.

Contact Florida Defective Medical Product Litigation Lawyer, Ted Babbitt

If you or a loved one has been harmed or suffered adverse effects with the use of a transvaginal mesh product, contact West Palm Beach transvaginal mesh attorney Ted Babbitt for a free case evaluation. Call him at (561) 375-2841. He are dedicated to ensuring your rights are protected, and he accept transvaginal mesh cases throughout the U.S.