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Hernia Mesh Hernia Recurrence Lawyers

At the law firm of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C., our hernia mesh lawyers represent patients who have suffered from a hernia recurrence as a result of having hernia mesh -- a controversial medical device -- installed.

When a patient suffers from such complications, it can give rise to a lawsuit against the pharmaceutical company and device manufacturer. These dangerous device lawsuits often result in significant settlements.

A hernia mesh is mainly used to treat a hernia, which occurs when an organ, intestine or fatty tissue squeezes through a hole or a weak spot in the surrounding muscle or connective tissue.

The majority of surgical mesh devices available for use are constructed from synthetic materials. Surgical mesh made of synthetic materials can be found in knitted mesh or non-knitted sheet forms. The synthetic materials used can be absorbable, non-absorbable or a combination of absorbable and non-absorbable.

What Are The Side Effects of Physiomesh?

Ethicon voluntarily withdrew its Physiomesh products in May 2016 due to higher-than-average recurrence and reoperation.

Ethicon decided to withdraw the flexible composite mesh following analysis of data from two large independent hernia registries that showed higher-than-average rates of recurrence after laparoscopic ventral hernia repair compared to other meshes. Patients already implanted with the product should be followed as usual, the company said. The withdrawal does not involve any other Ethicon meshes.

According to the FDA, complications that may be caused by failure of the mesh to function as intended may include:

  • Pain
  • Infection
  • Hernia recurrence
  • Adhesion
  • Bowel obstruction

Some other potential adverse events that can occur following hernia repair with mesh are mesh migration and mesh shrinkage (contraction).

What are the Criteria for Filing a Physiomesh Lawsuit?

Intended for hernia repair, Physiomesh is a flexible polypropylene mesh designed to reinforce the abdominal wall, preventing future hernias from occurring.

Though there are several types of hernias, most occur when an organ or tissue protrudes through a weak spot in abdominal muscles. The condition often requires surgery where mesh, like Physiomesh, which is intended for laparoscopic use, is used to fill in a hole in the abdominal muscle or laid over or under it to prevent any further protrusions.

Independent studies have found Physiomesh to lead to high rates of complications including hernia reoccurrence, organ perforation, mesh migration, sepsis and even death. In May 2016, Ethicon issued a market withdrawal of Physiomesh in the U.S. and recalled the product in Europe and Australia.

We are currently investigating cases involving serious injury or death as a result of Ethicon’s Physiomesh.

Have Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Been Filed?

Numerous lawsuits have been filed, including in federal courts in Florida, Illinois and Massachusetts. As of March 10, 2017, there have been no jury trials or settlements from hernia mesh cases.

There are strict time deadlines for filing dangerous drug claims so it is important that you do not wait too long to consult with an attorney.

If you miss a deadline your case can be lost forever and you may never be able to recover compensation for your pain and medical bill expenses.

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Who Is The Best Hernia Mesh Hernia Recurrence Lawyer?

The hernia mesh hernia recurrence attorneys at Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. understand issues relating to all hernia mesh side effects. This allows us to get the best settlements for our clients.

It is important to have an attorney not afraid to fight for you when you have dealt with any hernia mesh side effect.

Contact Our Hernia Mesh Hernia Recurrence Lawyers

Our hernia mesh drug lawyers have a detailed knowledge and understanding of these types of cases, injuries suffered and their treatment. This is essential to understanding to achieving the best possible settlement or jury verdict for our affected clients.

We are currently accepting cases on behalf of patients who had a hernia recurrence due to hernia mesh.

For more information about dangerous drug claims or to get help from our top-rated hernia mesh hernia recurrence lawyers, call our law firm at (888) 797-8787.

We will provide you with a free, no obligation case review and will represent you under our No-Fee Promise. This means there are no legal fees or costs whatsoever until we win or settle your case.

There is absolutely nothing to lose. If your case is unsuccessful for any reason, you will not owe us anything.

Our No-Fee Promise on Hernia Mesh Hernia Recurrence Cases

Don't be concerned about the money you might need to hire a lawyer. You can afford to have the best hernia mesh case law firm on your side without paying a penny out of your pocket. It costs nothing to get started and if your hernia mesh case is unsuccessful for any reason, you owe us nothing. We promise you in writing:

  • No money to hire us or get started on your case
  • We pay all case costs and expenses from start to finish
  • You pay no legal fees whatsoever unless you receive a settlement
  • Phone calls to our office are always free, forever.

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There are three ways to get started on your hernia mesh case today to get the settlement you deserve. You can:

  1. Submit the Free Case Review Box on this page. A hernia mesh drug attorney will contact you shortly.
  2. Chat with our online live operator who will provide your information to our law firm
  3. Call (888) 797-8787 any time of day to speak with a dangerous drug lawyer about your case.

Warning: There are strict time deadlines for filing hernia mesh lawsuits. Call us today to learn more about the hernia mesh laws.

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