Injured by Hernia Mesh?
OUR LAWYERS CAN HELP
Representing People Injured by Hernia Mesh
Hernia mesh was touted as a product designed to support damaged tissue and quicken recovery after hernia surgery.
However, manufacturers began quietly pulling the mesh off the market soon after release. Hernia mesh, much like transvaginal mesh, caused intense damage to organs and tissues surrounding the original surgery site, and often necessitated multiple surgeries to correct the complications of the mesh implant.
As of August 2019, over 6,800 lawsuits have been filed against the manufacturers of hernia mesh implants. The major manufacturers include Atrium, Bard Davol, Covidien, and Ethicon.
In 2011, Bard Davol settled a lawsuit for $184 million over its Kugel Patch–a mesh hernia patch–after recalling the product in 2005. The product was determined to cause bowel perforations and fistulas.
If you received a hernia mesh between 2007 and 2016, contact one of our lawyers today for a free consultation. We are actively evaluating and accepting hernia mesh cases. There is a precedent for hernia mesh cases and we are determined to fight for our clients.
Destruction caused by Hernia Mesh
Hernia mesh lawsuits have four primary claims:
- The hernia mesh had a defective design;
- The hernia mesh had a manufacturing defect;
- The hernia mesh had improper labeling which failed to warn about the dangers; and
- The doctor who implanted the hernia mesh committed medical malpractice
Thousands of hernia mesh victims have reported serious physical damages such as:
Support for your Hernia Mesh Case
If you or a loved one has suffered after a hernia mesh implant, contact one of our attorneys today for a free consultation of your case and your rights.
Our attorneys are ready and able to assess your hernia mesh case and help you find retribution for yourself or your loved one.