Month: February 2019
If you’re suffering with hernia mesh problems, you may be able to make a claim for personal injury compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis.
We’ve taken on a number of claims recently given the news that the number of people suffering problems can be as high as 30%. As a firm of lawyers who are also involved in vaginal mesh litigation, we know how troublesome these kinds of medical devices can be.
The important thing to know is that you should never suffer in silence if you’re suffering with hernia mesh complications. We may be able to help you, and you may be eligible to make a claim for compensation.
We wanted to put out some key information for those thinking about making a transvaginal mesh claim for compensation where action has yet to be launched.
We know that the thought of legal proceedings can be scary. The thought of having to instruct a law firm can be worrying.
Can you claim? Will you win? Is it really No Win, No Fee?
To put your mind at ease, this article is designed to cover some key information about what you need to do and what you need to know. It’s important to consider your options sooner rather than later because of the multiple deadlines that can occur in cases like this.
In the UK, there are vaginal mesh lawsuit actions, and some have been going on for quite some time. If you’ve yet to start a case yourself, time may be running out.
We can tell you from experience that there can be some fairly complicated timeframes to claim when it comes to medical product cases and actions. A vaginal mesh lawsuit is no different.
It’s incredibly important that you start a claim for compensation as soon as you can if you’ve suffered with mesh implant problems. If you haven’t started your claim yet, we may be able to help you.
It’s easy to start your Oculentis claim if you haven’t joined our action for compensation yet. All the initial advice is free, and you can claim on a No Win, No Fee basis.
If you’re one of the hundreds of people who have suffered opacification problems after having surgically-implanted intraocular lenses from Oculentis, you’re not alone. As a result of phosphate that was once used in the manufacturing process that could be the cause of calcification issues, some people who have been fitted with specific lenses are having problems. Sometimes, the blind spots and cloudiness don’t appear until years after the surgery. When they do appear, it can be worrying for the patient, and you will likely need corrective surgery.
You could also be entitled to claim personal injury compensation, and we can help you.