Hernia Mesh Lawsuit
Are you suffering from mesh complications after hernia repair surgery? Many people have reported mesh failure, erosion, adhesion, and other dangerous side effects.
Experienced complications after a hernia mesh implant?
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Information about the Lawsuit
Are you suffering from mesh complications after hernia repair surgery? Many people have reported mesh failure, erosion, adhesion, and other dangerous side effects. Click the button below to see if you qualify to file a hernia mesh lawsuit.
Which Mesh Side Effects are the Most Dangerous?
Mesh has been used widely since it was first approved by the FDA in the 1970’s. The most dangerous complications reported by patients filing a lawsuit with Mesh Answers include:
- Mesh Failure
- Adhesion to Nearby Organs & Tissue
- Internal Bleeding
- Mesh Removal
- Organ Removal
- Mesh Erosion
- Mesh Infection
- Mesh Rejection
- Mesh Migration
If you experienced any of these hernia mesh complications after a hernia repair procedure, you may qualify to file a claim.
Which Hernia Mesh Brands & Models Were Recalled?
Both Bard and Ethicon hernia mesh have been subject to either an FDA recall or have voluntarily withdrawn their implants from the market before the government stepped in.
C.R. Bard. Composix Kugel Large Oval Patch No: 0010202 (2005); Composix Kugel Large Circle Patch No: 0010204 (2007)
Ethicon. Ethicon Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh Product Nos.: PHY1015V; PHY1515X; PHY1520R; PHY1520V; PHY2025V; PHY2030R; PHY2535V; PHY3035R; PHY3050R. This recall was technically a voluntary removal from market because they never admitted a recall. (2016)