The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s research found that women were at risk of major injuries from transvaginal mesh complications. The risks include vaginal mesh erosion, severe pain, bladder perforation, pelvic hemorrhaging, a need for additional surgeries and, in some cases, complications resulting in death.

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When pelvic organ prolapse happens, women’s pelvic muscles weaken. As a result, the pelvic organs (uterus, rectum and bladder) drop into the vagina. This condition can occure in older women after menopause and childbirth. The surgical mesh, also known as a bladder sling, is used to treat stress urinary incontinence, which is an alarming condition often with by involuntary loss of urine.

Don’t sell yourself short when dealing with a dangerous defective medical device injury. Medical expenses and loss of income can be overwhelming, especially if you’re seriously injured and cannot work for an extended period of time, or if you lost a loved one who was the sole breadwinner. Put the power of a reliable, hard-working dangerous medical device lawyer to work for you.

In Texas, sending text message while driving is legal, except for younger drivers who are under 18 and everyone driving through a school zone. In addition, all school bus drivers are prohibited from using cell phones if kids are on their bus. Unfortunatly, throughout the Dallas area, tweeting, texting and surfing the Internet on in-dash tablets has become the norm, particularly for drivers under 18.

Nationwide, over 40 percent of young adults say they’ve been in a car in which the driver was text messaging. Cell phone accidents are all-too common as well, particularly because there is no law in Texas against cell phones used by drivers, whether hand-held or hands-free. Unfortunately, it’s not only texting while driving and cell phones that cause car crashes in Texas-it is often a combination of driving under the influence and driving while distracted that turns into auto accident injuries and wrongful deaths.

Pedestrian accidents with cars, bicycle accidents and motorcycle accidents are frequently caused by drivers on cell phones. When anyone chooses to “call and drive,” they are 400 percent more likely to crash, the same effect as driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If you are a distracted driver victim or a loved one was killed by a texting driver, don’t delay.

If you are injured by a distracted driver or a loved one was killed by a texting driver, don’t delay-call the Lawyers at the Carse Law Firm. Whether we negotiate with insurance adjusters on your behalf, take your case to mediation or file a distracted driver lawsuit against the person responsible for your injuries, we’re the legal team that can do right by you and your family.

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