Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit Loans
Boston Scientific had the first transvaginal mesh (TVM) approved in 1996. Since then, many complications have arisen. Uplift Legal Funding provides transvaginal mesh lawsuit loans to plaintiffs in need.
In 2011, the FDA reported that it had received over 4,000 reports of complications with transvaginal mesh over a 5 year period. In some cases, mesh erosion led to organ perforation, which requires surgery.
Since then, several lawsuits have arisen surrounding faulty mesh.
We have vast experience with personal injury funding, and are happy to help you get a good rate on your advance.
Call a friendly representative today at (800) 385-3660 and we will be happy to give you information about your case and lawsuit funding in general.
Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit Funding – How it Works
First, read through the information on this page and others about transvaginal mesh and lawsuit funding. Once you’ve learned how everything works, give us a call at (800) 385-3660 or apply online (it only takes 5 minutes).
Once we have some basic information about you and your case, we will speak with your law office. If you have had a revision surgery on your mesh case, we can get you an exceptional rate on your case, because your case is worth a lot! Revision surgeries show that you have had significant damages. Damages and medical treatment are heavily considered when you receive your settlement.
Mesh Implants that Qualify
We can approve funding for plaintiffs who are pursuing lawsuits against the following manufacturers:
- American Medical Systems
- Boston Scientific
- C.R. Bard (Avaulta Mesh)
- Cook Medical
- Johnson & Johnson (Ethicon Mesh)
Common Mesh Side Effects
who have had a revision surgery or suffered any of the following side effects:
- Emotional changes
- Nerve damage
- Vaginal shrinkage or scarring
- Painful sexual intercourse
Once we confirm everything with your attorney, we can have you approved for a mesh lawsuit loan within hours. With the help of your attorney, we can get you funds in as little as 24 hours after you’re approved.
The funding you receive is non-recourse, meaning you have no personal liability to repay. If for some reason your case does not settle, then you will not be responsible for paying us back. There is no personal guarantee on the money, and it is yours to keep for free.
If you win your case, your attorney will pay us back the amount you borrowed, plus interest. We have no upfront fees and use our experience in the defective medical device industry to get you the best rate possible.