Dr. Greg Vigna, MD, JD – Is opting out the best option? “
Medical Case Reviews for Women Injured by Trans Vaginal Meshto Help Determine if “Opting Out” is Best
Is opting out the best option? Litigation Support Consulting Service, LLC is offering attorneys who represent women injured by Trans Vaginal Mesh, medical case evaluations to protect their clients’ best long-term interests.
A low-cost medical case review can help an attorney and their Trans Vaginal Mesh client decide if opting out is in the best interests of the injured woman. It’s important to be sure that all medical considerations are taken into account before agreeing to a settlement offer. Right now, Litigation Support Consulting Service, LLC (LSCS) is offering affordable and thorough medical case evaluations for Trans Vaginal Mesh clients by experienced and compassionate nurse practitioners who understand the unique needs of TVM patients. We are currently accepting patients who have offers from the following manufacturers:
3) Boston Scientific
4) Johnson & Johnson
5) Caldera Medical
Don’t make a decision on opting out until a complete medical evaluation has been completed.
The medical report will be based on a telephone interview and review of the medical records as provided by electronic means. LSCS medical staff is trained and experienced in assessing the severity of damage a woman has suffered, and determining the potential life-long suffering associated with those injuries based on current research.
If applicable, the report will include the basic proposition held by Dr. Greg Vigna, MD, JD, Certified Life Care Planner and Rehabilitation physician, that women with any of the below symptoms may have a catastrophic injury that would require individual litigation to secure them the compensation they require to rebuild their lives and provide a means for their necessary care in the future.
Catastrophic Injury Symptoms:
1) Symptoms documented in the medical records consistent with pudendal neuralgia.
2) Symptoms documented in the medical record consistent with obturator neuralgia with reflex sympathetic dystrophy (complex regional pain syndrome).
3) Documentation in the medical record of impairment of urinary function which requires catheterization.
4) Symptoms reported in the interview but not documented in the medical record that are consistent with pudendal neuralgia.
5) Symptoms reported in the interview but not documented in the medical record that are consistent with obturator neuralgia with reflex sympathetic dystrophy (complex regional pain syndrome).
Our Litigation Support Consulting Service Nurse Practitioner will be designated by the referring attorney as a ‘Non-Testifying Expert’ contracted through Litigation Support Consulting Service, LLC with all necessary disclaimers signed by the attorney and the client to protect the Nurse Practitioner from liability. This document will offer all protections of an ‘Attorney Work Product’. Baseline cost will be $500 but flexible pricing is available based on volume.
Your client has the potential to receive a higher settlement, or even have the signs and symptoms that require individual litigation be identified, based on our findings and medical report. Contact Dr. Greg Vigna to find out more Phone: 800-761-9206 website https://tvm.lifecare123.com/