What Are My Legal Rights If I'm Injured Further By My Hernia Mesh?

abdominal painWhat is a Hernia Mesh?

A hernia is a medical condition that occurs when an organ (such as an intestine) protrudes through surrounding connective tissue or muscle. To treat a Hernia, some doctors will prescribe a surgery to implant a mesh in an attempt to reinforce the surrounding.

What are the side effects of a Mesh?

Sadly, many of these hernia mesh implants have caused more problems than they solve and have lead to infections, hernia recurrence, and even more surgeries. We are specifically looking for injuries like dense adhesions, chronic infections, ingrowth, bowel obstruction, pain, hernia recurrence, and seroma, skin rash, and abscess.

Examples of defective brands of hernia mesh

The Packard Law Firm helps litigate cases involving several brands of hernia mesh that have reportedly caused severe complications. Some of these companies include

  • Ethicon (a subsidiary company of Johnson & Johnson)
  • Atrium
  • Coviden
  • Bard (a subsidiary of Davol) 

Some of the defective products include

  • Composix 
  • Physiomesh 
  • C-Qur
  • Composix
  • Kugel Mesh
  • Ventralex
  • Composix mesh
  • E/X Mesh
  • 3DMax
  • Spermatic
  • Perilx Plug
  • Parietex
  • All hernia mesh manufactured by C.R. Bard and made of Marlex polypropylene and others.

If you are unsure of the type of mesh your doctor implanted, we can help you obtain that information.

What are your legal rights?

If you or someone you know has received a hernia mesh implant from 2006- present, please contact us today and we will be glad to help. This is true even if there are no current symptoms because that individual may eventually have an injury and will at that point have a legal claim. Injuries resulting from a hernia mesh are complex and we are ready to give you and your family the help they need.