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Hernia Mesh Lawsuit

Anyone who has undergone surgery for a hernia could experience surgical mesh complications like infection, wound reopening, chronic pain. If you have had a hernia mesh implanted 2006 or after contact us now.

Have you had a Hernia Mesh implanted 2006 or after?

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Information about the Lawsuit

Hernia mesh surgery is one of the most commonly performed procedures in the U.S., with an estimated 700,000 abdominal hernia surgeries alone performed each year. However, many patients have reported severe surgical mesh complications, including nerve damage, infections, bowel obstruction, hernia recurrence and many others.

If you have had surgery to implant a hernia mesh 2006 or after, you may be eligible to file a hernia mesh lawsuit. Baron & Budd can help you navigate your legal options.

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The most problematic surgical, hernia, and transvaginal mesh brands are manufactured by:

  • Johnson & Johnson
  • C.R. Bard
  • Coloplast Corp.
  • Davol, Inc
  • Ethicon, Inc.
  • Physiomesh
  • Boston Scientific
  • American Medical Systems
  • Novus Scientific Ab
  • Lifecell Corporation
  • Stryker Leibinger Freiburg

Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon Mesh

Johnson & Johnson mesh products are manufactured by its subsidiary Ethicon, Inc. The problematic synthetic mesh products manufactured by Ethicon include the Gynecare line of vaginal floor repair transvaginal mesh models like Prolift, Prosima, Gynemesh, and TVT.

Other Ethicon products associated with significant complications include Physiomesh, which is used in many types of hernia repair surgery.

C. R. Bard Mesh Products

Bard mesh products with injuries and deaths reported to the FDA include PelviSoft Biomesh, Collagen Matrix, Pelvilace, Pelvitex, XenMax, and Avaulta.

You can check to see if your mesh implant or mesh patch was recalled by checking your medical records at the hospital where the surgery was performed. Alternatively, you could check the paperwork that you brought home from the hospital. It should contain the product name, serial number, and other important information that will help you identify your specific product.

Once you know the mesh brand, model, and product number or serial number, you can cross reference it on the FDA’s medical device recall lookup page.

If you cannot find this information, our researchers can track it down for you and assist with any other tasks necessary to file your claim.

Symptoms of surgical mesh complications include surgical site pain, fever, infection, swelling, discoloration, cramping, urinary tract infection, trouble emptying your bladder, and problems emptying your bowel and bleeding just to name a few. There are also symptoms specific to the location of the implant.

Symptoms of abdominal hernia mesh problems include pelvic pain, surgery site pain, swelling, discoloration, fever, weakness, urinary tract infection, trouble emptying your bladder, and problems emptying your bowel.

Symptoms of transvaginal mesh complications include severe cramping, bleeding or spotting, recurrent UTIs, fever, pain, discharge, and irritation.

If you experience any symptoms indicating mesh complication after surgery, contact your doctor immediately. If serious complications have caused you to endure mesh revision or removal surgery, contact your doctor immediately. Then call us so that we can see if you qualify to file a lawsuit for mesh problems.