Check Your Mesh – Free Case Evaluation

Did you have hernia repair surgery in the last decade and suffer complications like mesh revision or removal surgery, re-bulging, or bowel obstruction? Contact our attorneys to verify your eligibility. If you qualify, we can help you file a lawsuit seeking compensation.

Have you had a Hernia Mesh implanted since 2006?

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Check Your Mesh to See if You Qualify to File a Claim

If you had hernia repair surgery, chances are a mesh product was involved in the repair. If you experienced hernia mesh complications including infection, rejection, mesh erosion, adhesion, bowel obstruction, or even mesh removal surgery or organ removal, we want to hear from you.

Contact us right away so that we can investigate all the details of your case including the mesh brand, model number, serial number, and injuries you suffered as a result of the hernia mesh product.

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What Type of Hernia Repair Surgery is Associated with the Most Complications?

The most common hernia mesh problems include complications from surgical mesh implanted during inguinal hernia repair surgery. An inguinal hernia is a hernia in the groin, and occurs mostly among men.

The proximity of the groin to other important organs like the intestines, bowel, bladder, and testicles make mesh adhesion a recurring problem for patients. Hernia mesh adhesion in the groin can lead to:

  • Infertility
  • Bowel Obstruction
  • Intestinal Rupture
  • Tearing of the Spermatic Cord
  • Intestinal Blockage
  • Hernia Recurrence

These conditions are serious, and must be treated quickly and aggressively. Unfortunately, that usually means undergoing mesh removal surgery. If the mesh damaged other surrounding organs, organ removal or resection might be necessary as well.

Other serious mesh complications include hernia strangulation, mesh shrinkage (which can cause tearing and wound opening), and incarcerated hernia.

Hernia mesh problems are reported frequently among patients implanted with Ethicon Physiomesh, Proceed Mesh, and Atrium C-Qur Mesh.

Check Your Mesh Recall Status

Your mesh implant does not need to be recalled by the FDA for you to qualify as an eligible plaintiff. You can file a lawsuit against the mesh manufacturer regardless of whether your mesh patch, sling, or plug was officially recalled.

If you know the mesh brand and model that you had implanted, you can check the FDA’s recalled mesh database here.

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