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Massachusetts Appeals Court Accepts Filing of Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit

trans_vaginal_mesh_complications_recall_fda_erosion_lawsuit_settlementsAfter initially being dismissed, the Massachusetts Appeals Court recently ruled to accept the filing of a transvaginal mesh lawsuit targeting American Medical Systems and Boston Scientific. The case involves claims that mesh products manufactured by these two medical device companies resulted in mesh erosion, pelvic area pain, and other health complications.

The case is Allen v. Boston Scientific.

The Massachusetts case is certainly not the only lawsuit targeted at these two mesh manufacturers. Thousands of transvaginal mesh lawsuits have been consolidated into multidistrict litigations (MDLs) in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia. As of mid-October, there are 11,152 cases pending in the American Medical Systems MDL, and 6,823 cases pending in the Boston Scientific MDL.

Similar to the claims made in the Massachusetts case, Carey Danis & Lowe continues to hear from women who have experienced health problems believed to be caused by transvaginal mesh devices. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), mesh erosion and mesh contraction are two of the most commonly reported transvaginal mesh complications.

Carey Danis & Lowe transvaginal mesh lawyers provide legal counsel to victims of defective medical devices, including defective transvaginal mesh products. If you or someone you love has been injured by mesh, you may have a case that is eligible for compensation. Discuss your legal options with one of our lawyers today in a free legal consultation.

At Carey Danis & Lowe, we strive to give you more than legal advice, which is why we proudly provide you with access to expert medical advice from our team of nurses. If you have concerns about how transvaginal mesh affects health, reach out to one of the medical experts at Carey Danis & Lowe.

Share your story with us today by calling 800.721.2519, or by completing a confidential personal injury claim.