“Sarah” (not a real person)’s first pregnancy and childbirth had gone about as smoothly as could be expected, and her newborn baby boy was healthy and strong. But the day after giving birth, she noticed significant discomfort while urinating. While her labor hadn’t been difficult, Sarah still shrugged it off as being related to the stress of childbirth.
Around the time of her first period a few weeks after giving birth, the pain intensified, to the point that Sarah had no choice but to return to her doctor. He diagnosed her with stress incontinence, a common side effect of childbirth that can result in significant pain while urinating.
Sarah tried several noninvasive remedies, but none were effective. Finally, her doctor suggested a transvaginal mesh operation. She underwent the procedure and, for a while, her symptoms vanished.
They returned with a vengeance a few weeks later, however, and when Sarah visited her doctor, the examination showed that a part of the mesh had eroded. The pain was almost unbearable now, affecting not only her urination but sex with her husband and her mental well-being. She needed the mesh removed, as soon as possible. The second operation was even more stressful than the first and required a longer recovery time.
Believing that a faulty product that had caused her so much pain and suffering, Sarah consulted a personal injury attorney, who helped her file a lawsuit against the makers of the defective transvaginal mesh. Still, the costs of her multiple operations – not to mention the expense of caring for a new baby – strained her to the limit.
That was when her lawyer told her to contact USClaims to apply for pre-settlement funding for her transvaginal mesh lawsuit. If you’re having trouble meeting your expenses while waiting for a legal settlement or a judgment related to a transvaginal mesh suit, USClaims can help provide the financial support you need.
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