You can get started with a vaginal mesh lawsuit today, and it’s quick and easy to do. We also offer No Win, No Fee arrangements for clients who fit our criteria as well.
A vaginal mesh lawsuit can be complicated. We want to be honest with you. Although there has been recalls and widescale success in the US, the UK hasn’t acted in the same way. It took a long time for regulators to accept that something needed to be done. Only last year did the NHS finally put a widespread pause on the use of vaginal mesh, pending further investigation.
But for the victims suffering, we’re here for you. If your case is one that we can take forward, we’re prepared to help you now.
Join others who have placed their vaginal mesh lawsuit with us
We’re acting for women who have trusted us to fight for justice in their vaginal mesh lawsuit. As a specialist firm of injury lawyers who focus particularly on catastrophic injuries and group actions, we’re well placed to be able to help you.
A large volume of the injury cases we deal with are for serious injuries and group cases because that’s what we focus on. With vaginal mesh complications often being so serious, with some women suffering lifelong problems, it’s important to secure the right lawyer for the case.
In another medical product action we’re still fighting for justice in, we’ve already secured over £1.3m in damages for the client we act for. The vaginal mesh lawsuit cases we’ve taken forward are one of dozens of group actions we’re representing people for.
No Win, No Fee vaginal mesh lawsuit
We also know that it’s important that you have access to justice. That’s why we can represent you for your vaginal mesh lawsuit on a No Win, No Fee basis if you match our criteria.
Ultimately, we’re big believers in access to justice; but you should start a case as soon as possible.
With these kinds of cases there can be a number of timeframes to claim. You don’t want to miss a deadline and miss out on the chance to recover the vaginal mesh implant compensation you deserve.
If it wasn’t for people missing deadlines, that figure of £1.3m could have been a lot higher in the similar action. We have received a number of enquiries past the court cut-off point for making a case, and we sadly had to turn them away.
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