If you need advice about making a claim for personal injury compensation as a victim of the worldwide vaginal mesh scandal, we can help you.
We’re representing a number of victims in England and Wales who have suffered awful complications that have stemmed from pelvic mesh surgery. Some women can be left with permanent problems that can leave them unable to work or even walk ever again. Justice for victims is important which is why we offer No Win, No Fee representation for those who claim with us.
We may be able to help you too, and no one should suffer in silence!
Can you claim as a victim of the vaginal mesh scandal?
You may be entitled to claim for personal injury compensation if you’ve been caught up in the long-running vaginal mesh scandal.
If you have suffered as a result of complications from the original surgery, or from the need for revision surgery, you may be able to claim for this. Whether you have made a full recovery, or have been left with some permanent problems, we can help.
You can usually claim compensation for the pain, suffering and loss of amenity caused. You can also claim back any costs and financial expenses as well, which can include time off work. This can also cover for when your career is permanently affected.
No Win, No Fee
We’re proud to be offering our expert legal services for victims affected by the vaginal mesh scandal on a genuine No Win, No Fee basis.
Subject to the terms and conditions of the agreement we have in place, we’re more than happy to write off our legal fees if the case doesn’t succeed.
We know that most people couldn’t afford to pay for a lawyer if a case loses, and we’re also big believers in access to justice. That’s why we offer the kinds of agreement that we do!
How to find out if you have a case
To find out today if you have a case as a victim of the worldwide vaginal mesh scandal, please don’t hesitate to speak to our friendly team for a free, no-obligation chat.
We can tell you about your options for claiming, and then it’s up to you as to what you wish to do. You can get started with a case there and then, but if you want to wait, make sure you initiate a claim sooner rather than later. There can be tricky time frames when it comes to the limitation deadlines to claim for cases of this nature, and you don’t want to miss a key cut-off point.
IMPORTANT: advice on this page is intended to be up-to-date for the 'first published date'.