Hernia Repair Mesh Lawsuit Attorneys
Lawyers for Hernia Mesh Claims
Hernia mesh lawsuits are expensive and complicated; yet patients continue to file new lawsuits against manufactures such as Johnson and Johnson subsidiary, Ethicon and Atrium for dangerous complications they have developed after having hernia mesh surgery (Hernioplasty). There have been more than 2000 lawsuits filed against hernia mesh manufacturers for wrongful death, infections, organ damage and more. If you or a loved one have suffered serious injury or harm due to hernia mesh, call our hernia mes lawyers today for a free consultation about your case. 800-298-0111.
What is Hernia Repair Mesh?
Hernia mesh is a surgical implant that is used to repair damaged areas in the muscle or connective tissue. Usually a result of an abdominal organ, intestine or fatty tissue breaking through a weakened area, the screen-like design of hernia mesh provides extra support to the damaged wall. Hernia mesh products come in many different shapes and sizes, designed for the different kinds of surgical repairs.
Dangerous Effects of Hernia Repair Mesh
There are many complications that may develop after undergoing hernia mesh surgery. When inserted incorrectly, some have seen that the mesh implant migrates from its original position. Others have developed Seromas, which are pockets of fluid that require surgery to be removed. There have also been reports of the mesh perforating other organs and becoming stuck to internal tissue.
While multiple manufacturers have recalled these medical devices, the damage to thousands has already been done. In 2017, the FDA released a statement saying, “”Many complications related to hernia repair with surgical mesh that have been reported to the FDA have been associated with recalled mesh products that are no longer on the market.”
Injuries caused by Hernia Mesh
If you or someone you know has been severely injured as a result of a hernia mesh surgery, you may be entitled to recover damages. Contact Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. today at 800-298-0111 to set up a free consultation and learn more about your case.