The tranvaginal mesh implant was designed to treat female urinary incontinence and approved for use in 1996. In 2002, it was approved to treat female pelvic prolapse. However, industry studies show that the vaginal mesh is not providing the benefit for which it was designed. Worse, it’s actually causing serious complications including tissue erosion and vaginal shrinkage. The issue has caught the attention of the FDA which has called for a September meeting of experts to assess the problem and deal with issues and complaints involving the vaginal mesh.
Admitted to both the California State Bar and the Florida State Bar, Joseph Saunders has also practiced in the United States District Court and the United States Court of Appeals. His philosophy is to provide aggressive, quality representation and seek fair compensation for individuals and their families who have suffered injury or death at the hands of insurance companies, large corporations, medical providers or governmental entities.