Vaginal & Hernia Mesh Implant Claims

When things don’t go right, we are here to get you the answers you deserve.

Mesh implants are used to treat various injuries such as vaginal and bladder prolapse and hernia repairs. They are made of synthetic materials like polypropylene which is a type of plastic. They are intended to repair damaged or weakened tissue. Whilst effective they can give rise to other serious complications resulting in patients experiencing life changing and long lasting symptoms.

If you have experienced complications due to a mesh implant, our specialist medical (clinical) negligence team can advise whether you have a claim.

When things don’t go right with your medical treatement, we are here to help you get the answers you deserve and the compensation you need to get your life back on track.

Speak to us today about your medical negligence claim. Call us on 0800 987 8800 or make a free online enquiry here and we will contact you. 

Mesh Implant Injury Compensation

In recent years there have been growing concerns about the safety of mesh implants despite being considered a relatively safe and effective treatment method by many healthcare professionals.

Many patients have reported experiencing severe and long-lasting side effects such as chronic pain, infection, bleeding and organ perforation.

The issue has gained significant media attention and many women have pursued claims against healthcare providers and manufacturers of vaginal mesh implants.

Whilst vaginal mesh implant surgery may still be recommended in some cases, patients must be fully informed of the potential risks and benefits before undergoing the procedure. It is also crucial for healthcare professionals to carefully consider all available treatment options and prioritise patient safety.

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What should you do if you have been treated with surgical mesh?

Many individuals are pursuing claims against healthcare providers due to negligence relating to complications arising from mesh implants.

If you have been adversely affected by a mesh implant our medical negligence team can advise whether you have a claim for compensation.

We know that clients worry about how much it will cost to pursue a medical negligence claim. We are obliged to provide you with information about all funding options that are available and which would be the best option for you in line with the Solicitors’ Code of Conduct. Bridge McFarland LLP is able to offer all types of funding from legal aid to a ‘no win, no fee’ agreement*.

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Medical Negligence Specialists – Bridge McFarland LLP is owned and operated by Bridge McFarland LLP, an established and nationally recognised law firm renowned for specialist expertise and experience in this complex area of law. With our determination and commitment to providing our clients with an exceptional standard of service, we have held the highly regarded Lexcel quality mark since June 2008. Many of our solicitors also hold the specialist Law Society Clinical Negligence Accreditation, a recognised quality standard for practitioners representing claimants in medical negligence matters. These accolades are only awarded to firms who have undergone regular rigorous and independent assessments.  

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We offer no win, no fee funding to victims of medical negligence, to give you the peace of mind you need to investigate your claim.

With this agreement, if your case is unsuccessful you are not charged for your legal fees.

*Your funding eligibility will be assessed at your initial appointment and is subject to terms and conditions.

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