June 4, 2014

The Truth About Transvaginal Mesh

Posted By: Ward Black Law

Are you or a loved one suffering from transvaginal mesh (TVM) or pelvic mesh complications? Unfortunately, some products that were designed to treat common pelvic and urinary conditions are not only failing – but subjecting patients to a range of side effects and injuries, many of which are life changing. Over the past year, a significant number of women have come forward reporting injuries from transvaginal mesh. In fact, according to recent research, approximately 3,000 new TVM lawsuits are still being filed each month. The compassionate pelvic mesh attorneys at Ward Black Law in Greensboro, N.C. understand that that this is a private, but serious matter. Here are some common questions we receive about TVM and pelvic mesh lawsuits.


March 8, 2013

Update: Recent Verdicts in Transvaginal Mesh Cases

Posted By: Ward Black Law

Scales-of-JusticeLinda Gross is a 47 year old nurse from Watertown, South Dakota who suffered from pelvic organ prolapse (POP), a common condition which occurs when the pelvic muscles weaken and stretch, bulging, or prolapsing, into the vagina. In 2006, she was implanted with Johnson & Johnson’s Gynecare Prolift, a polypropylene mesh inserted through the vagina to shore up the pelvic floor.


January 24, 2013

Dangerous Products Guide: Vaginal Mesh Side Effects

Posted By: Ward Black Law

vaginalmeshThousands of women across the United States suffer from Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) and Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) as a result of pelvic muscle weakness. Now, many of these same women are suffering from complications and side effects from surgically implanted vaginal mesh, pelvic mesh and bladder sling products, approved medical treatments for these common disorders. Greensboro, N.C.-based Ward Black Law is aggressively pursuing injury claims related to these products, and has provided a must-read guide below to keep you informed about product alerts, risks and recalls.


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