Farhan Capital Legal Funding's www.lawsuitloansfundings.com Is Offering Transvaginal Mesh Pre-Settlement Lawsuit Funding To All Women Whom Have Been Affected. Please Call Us Today. - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Farhan Capital Legal Funding's www.lawsuitloansfundings.com Is Offering Transvaginal Mesh Pre-Settlement Lawsuit Funding To All Women Whom Have Been Affected. Please Call Us Today.

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www.lawsuitloansfundings.com Has Partnered Up With 50 Million To Help All Women Whom Have Been Affected By Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuits.

NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA, June 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The number of women experiencing the complications of transvaginal mesh surgeries is fast-growing. As a response to that, Lawsuit Loans has decided to offer a lawsuit loan to women who have been victims of such kind of practice. By providing accurate pieces of information and by giving appropriate evidences to strengthen claims, Lawsuit Loans says that they can help their clients get the financial help that they need to get through their case while they recover and while they wait for their compensation.

Based on information presented on fortheinjured.com, transvaginal mesh or TVM comes with so many complications which include urinary incontinence, which is the opposite of what is expected from the surgery. Others, according to drugwatch.com are pain, infection, painful sexual intercourse, vaginal scarring, neuro-muscular problems, nerve damage and more.

According to fortheinjured.com, it is highly important for women to be educated about the complications of TVM implants. Otherwise, they can end up getting the damaging effects of such kind of medical processes. In 2011, there were more than 2,000 reports of TVM complications to the FDA. A series of researches has been conducted by the FDA since then and in 2012, they have already ordered post-market studies to be done by manufacturers.

Lawsuit Loans have said that they are now offering lawsuit funding to women who have experienced its complications without prior warning or education. They also mentioned that they are alarmed by the number of people suffering from the negative effects of TVM implants. They are now aiming to target women who are not getting the compensation that they deserve from the medical institutions who have caused them the TVM implant problems.

In addition to the facts stated earlier, fortheinjured.com also said that at the moment, the several TVM implant manufacturers are now subject to face charges filed by the women who have obtained complications from their products. Some of them are Gynecare, Boston Scientific, Covidien, C.R. Bard, Tyco and Mentor. Furthermore, fortheinjured.com mentioned that the women they have injured were just given more surgeries to correct the damages.

According to drugwatch.com, however, C.R. Bard, a TVM implant manufacturer, lost a case against Christine Scott in 2012 and paid her 5.5 million dollars. Ethicon, another manufacturer of TVM implants, paid Linda Gross, an injured TVM patient, 11.11 million dollars in 2013 for the damages that they have caused her.

Lawsuit Loans says that winning a case against huge manufacturers or companies such as the ones mentioned above is not easy, especially if clients lack the financial support that the process requires. That is the reason why they say they exist – to grant a lawsuit loan, especially to women who can barely afford to contend with the huge names in the industry.

If you are a victim of transvaginal mesh surgery complications or if you know women who are experiencing such kind of problems, Lawsuit Loans is encouraging that you call them at 1 800-918-2310.

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