Are You Facing a Bladder Sling Removal Surgery?
You were probably told that your Original Bladder Sling surgery was permanent. It was supposed to last a lifetime. Now it doesn’t work anymore or has made everything worse. The Stress Incontinence is back or maybe the Prolapse has returned. What Now? Do you have another surgery? Can you even afford it?
If this sounds like what you are going through or have gone through, then you might have a claim.
Do you Qualify?
It depends on which mesh was used in your original bladder sling surgery. There are almost 50 different kinds of mesh and 6 different companies involved in this. The first step is almost always for us to help you find out which mesh was used.
We also need to know how the sling has failed for you. What has happened to your life over this?
You are Not Alone.
Thousands of people just like you have similar situations. The manufacturers of these bladder slings face many lawsuits (thousands). The first few have gone to trial and resulted in multi-million dollar verdicts.
- $5.5 Million in July 2012
- $11.1 Million in Feb 2013
- $2 Million in August 2013
- $1.2 Million in April 2014
What should you do next?
We are helping many people with this and we can help you. Fill Out the form on this page or call us. We understand the personal nature of this. Call and talk to a woman, someone who understands. 1-800-838-0800
About Our Fees
Burke & Eisner works on a contingent fee basis. This means we only get paid if and when you get some financial compensation. Burke & Eisner is paid a percantage of the amount recovered. If there are any costs incurred during the case those will only be charged if you receive financial compensation.