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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 […]

By |October 25th, 2016|20 Comments

Atrium C-Qur Lawyers Reviewing Cases for Hernia Mesh Problems

Individuals who have experienced problems following hernia repair surgery may be entitled to pursue financial compensation if they received Atrium C-Qur (“Secure”) Mesh, due to a potentially dangerous and defective design. […]

By |March 25th, 2014|0 Comments

AlloDerm Patch for Hernia Repair: Time Line

The lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential AlloDerm patch lawsuits for problems following hernia repair, where the product may begin to stretch or thin out, resulting in bulging and other painful injuries. Many individuals who have experienced problems are now questioning why this product was ever marketed and promoted for surgery to repair a hernia. […]

By |July 26th, 2012|4 Comments

AlloDerm Lawyers Reviewing Lawsuits for Complications following Hernia Surgery

The product liability lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential AlloDerm lawsuits for complications experienced following hernia surgery or abdominal surgery where the graft was used. As a result of the manufacturers’ failure to adequately research the use of AlloDerm for hernia surgery or warn about the risk of complications that may result if the patch is not “pre-stretched” before being implanted, financial compensation may be available. […]

By |June 29th, 2012|2 Comments

Restore Medical Device Product Liability Lawsuits: Contact Your Legislators

Legislation has been introduced in the Senate and House of Representatives which would restore the ability of consumers to hold manufacturers of medical devices accountable through product liability lawsuits for injuries caused by defective products like heart defibrillators, artificial valves, artificial knees and hips. To show your support for this bill, it is important to act now and contact your legislators.

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FDA warned Bard about quality control issues at plant where the Kugel Hernia Mesh is made

Yesterday the FDA released a letter sent to C.R. Bard, Inc. regarding a number of manufacturing problems and quality control issues at their plant where the Kugel Hernia Mesh is manufactured. Although there is no indication that the violations have anything to do with the Kugel Mesh lawsuits that are pending throughout the United States, it is a clear sign of the same types of negligence which led the company to issue three separate hernia patch recalls since 2005.


By |October 15th, 2008|1 Comment

Sentara Hospitals’ negligence allows patients to receive recalled Kugel Mesh Hernia Patches

A Virginia hospital system admitted last week that they implanted hernia mesh patches in at least seven patients, months after the products had been recalled by the manufacturer. A Kugel Mesh Hernia Patch recall had been issued for the products since they could cause severe pain and potentially fatal complications after surgery. Although Sentarra Health Systems was notified of the recall, they failed to remove the patches from their inventory, which will likely result in a number of medical malpractice lawsuits against the hospitals.


Composix Kugel Hernia Mesh Lawsuits have been filed by over 2,000 people

According to an annual report recently filed by C.R. Bard, Inc, over 2,000 people have already filed Composix Kugel Hernia Mesh lawsuits. Thousands of other potential claims are currently being investigated by attorneys, and many more people could experience hernia repair problems in the future if they had one of the defective Davol/Bard hernia mesh patches implanted to repair a ventral hernia.

>>INFORMATION: Kugel Hernia Mesh Lawsuits


Hernia Patch Lawsuits: Claims reviewed for all Davol ring and dual-mesh hernia patches

The lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential hernia patch lawsuits nationwide for individuals who have experienced problems following a hernia repair surgery. Potentially defective patches with dual-mesh technology manufactured by Davol,Inc. could result in serious and life-threatening injuries. Potential lawsuits are being reviewed even if the mesh used was not part of a prior Davol Kugel Hernia Patch recall.

>>INFORMATION: Hernia Patch Lawsuits


By |February 25th, 2008|90 Comments

Hernia mesh recall could lead to future complications

The recent Composix Kugel hernia mesh recalls were issued as a result of a defective memory recoil ring which has been found to break in some cases.  As a result, small needles of plastic could slice through internal organs, intestines and the bowels, causing serious and potentially fatal injuries.  While the manufacturer indicates that the ring breakage is only caused by stresses associated with inserting the surgical patch, there is not sufficient information available to reach that conclusion.  It is possible the hernia mesh could lead to problems in the future even if there are no complications during surgery.

>>INFORMATION: Hernia mesh recall