Hernia Repair Complications May Cause Severe Pain and Problems Due to Defective Mesh
Many people may have avoided severe pain and debilitating complications following hernia repair in recent years if a different type of mesh or patch had been used during their surgery.
The product liability lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential hernia repair lawsuits for individuals who required revision surgery due to defective and unreasonably dangerous surgical mesh products, including:
Even if you do not know what type of hernia repair mesh was used during surgery, our lawyers can help. Free consultations and case evaluations are provided to help individuals and families determine if problems following hernia repair surgery may have been caused by Ethicon Physiomesh, Atrium C-Qur or another defective product.
Financial compensation may be available for individuals who underwent hernia repair since 2006, and subsequently experienced complications, such as:
- Bowel Adhesions, Bowel Perforation and Organ Perforation
- Abdominal Pain
- Allergic Reactions
- Mesh Erosion Or Failure
- Revision Surgery
Atrium C-Qur Problems
Atrium C-Qur Hernia Repair Mesh was first introduced in 2005, involving a polypropylene mesh with an outer coating gel made from omega 3 fatty acids, called the O3FA layer. However, a large number of individuals nationwide have suffered infections, allergic reactions, bowel damage, erosion, surgical wound complications and other problems, which may be related to the design of the mesh.
It appears that the manufacturer knew or should have known about the risk of Atrium C-Qur hernia repair complications, yet continued to market and sell this dangerous product without providing adequate warnings.
Ethicon Physiomesh Recall
In May 2016, Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon subsidiary removed Physiomesh hernia repair mesh from the market, after data from foreign registries highlighted a higher-than-expected number of individuals experienced hernia mesh complications, including hernia recurrence and revision surgery to remove the hernia mesh.
Although Ethicon Physiomesh was first introduced in 2010, the manufacturer has indicated that it does not intend to sell the product again. However, it was implanted in thousands of individuals who may have experienced severe pain and complications due to the manufacturing and design of the product.
Hernia Repair Mesh Class Action Lawyers
The hernia repair lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing whether former recipients of the mesh may be entitled to financial compensation through a class action lawsuit or individual injury case.
All cases are pursued on a contingency fee basis, which means that there are no out-of-pocket costs to hire a lawyer and we receive no attorneys fees or expenses unless a recovery or hernia repair settlement is obtained. Request a free consultation and claim evaluation.