Nadrich & Cohen Accident Injury Attorneys and its legal team over a thousand hernia mesh cases, and represented hundreds of patients who suffered hernia mesh complications. Our hernia mesh attorneys continue to review cases and file lawsuits in federal and state courts on behalf of individuals injured by a defective hernia mesh product.
We are currently pursuing defective hernia mesh claims against the below manufacturers:
If you or a loved one had a hernia mesh surgery and now have complications or have had a second surgery please contact one of our hernia mesh team members now to see if you may have a monetary claim. We have successfully represented many hernia mesh victims over the last decade.
We have the resources to fight against the manufacturer on your behalf, whether you are in California or anywhere else in America. We promise we will obtain for you the maximum recovery. Call us today for a free consultation by calling 1-800-718-4658.
Hernia Mesh Cases We Handle
These products can cause bowel perforation, bowel blockage, nerve damage and severe inflammatory reactions. We are actively taking clients who have had or are scheduled to have revision surgery or who have been told they need that revision surgery but it is too dangerous. These revision surgeries would be for adhesions, bowel obstruction repair, and bowel resection.
U.S. District Judge Edmund A. Sargus Jr., on March 9, 2021, indicated that the first bellwether Bard hernia mesh failure trial will begin on August 2, 2021.
Covidien Mesh Products
We are representing victims of the Covidien hernia mesh products which were implanted from Fall 2005 to the present. These products can also cause bowel perforation, bowel blockage, nerve damage and inflammatory reactions. We are handling Covidien cases nationwide on behalf of patients who have had a revision surgery, who have been told revision surgery is too dangerous, or who have been scheduled for revision surgery. The revision surgery is most commonly required due to adhesions, mesh migration, mesh movement, bowel obstruction repair or need for bowel resection.
Two studies were conducted to review how Physiomesh performed when used for laparoscopic ventral hernia repair. One study was performed by the German Medical Registry, the other by the Danish Medical Registry. The studies compared Physiomesh to other similar hernia mesh products on the market. In many instances, Physiomesh failed earlier than the other mesh products, with patients reporting serious side effects.
The Physiomesh product can fail when the mesh material breaks down earlier than anticipated. When the mesh breaks down or prematurely “erodes,” it can cause a bacterial infection, organ perforation, hernia recurrence or other serious side effects.
Hernia Mesh Failure Symptoms
Contact your doctor immediately if you experience any of the following symptoms, which may indicate possible mesh failure:
- Bacterial infection
- Pain or swelling at the incision site
- Abscesses in the abdomen or groin
- Perforation of organs or blood vessels
- Recurrence of hernia
If you believe that you or a loved one has a valid claim, or if you have questions about a Hernia Mesh Lawsuit, contact the attorneys of Nadrich & Cohen Accident Injury Lawyers, for a free consultation. Our team of attorneys have successfully pursued hundreds of defective and recalled hernia mesh claims. We are here to answer your questions.
Call us today for a free consultation. The consultation is 100% confidential and there is no obligation to hire us. Call us at 1-800-718-4658. Don’t wait, as there are strict time limitations for filing a hernia mesh lawsuit.
Hernia Mesh Complications
Infections: Removal of hernia mesh is usually the mandatory treatment for hernia site infections.
Adhesions: Scar tissue can form between the bowel and the hernia mesh device. This complication is most commonly associated with ventral hernia repairs where a coated mesh product was used.
Bowel Obstruction: Patients experience irregular bowel habits and/or constipation.
Leg, Groin, Abdominal, and Testicular Pain: can be an early indication of infection, adhesions nerve damage or bowel issues and is most commonly associated with inguinal hernia repairs.
Seroma: A fluid pocket forms around the hernia mesh.
Kidney Failure: has been reported in patients who were implanted with large coated hernia mesh products.
Liver Damage: has been reported in some patients where coated hernia mesh products were implanted.
Migration: occurs when the hernia mesh becomes displaced, contracts, rolls or “bunches up.” The patient will often develop a hard mass on/near the affected body part. These masses are called “meshomas.”
Do I Qualify For A Hernia Mesh Lawsuit
If you suffered hernia mesh complications, contact our office today using the live chat feature or contact form on this page. We are contingency attorneys which means that there is never any fee or cost to you unless we first obtain a recovery. Please contact our offices at 1-800-718-4658, 7 days a week including weekends.