Louisiana Hernia Mesh Attorneys
If you or a family member has had a hernia mesh implant and experienced complications requiring surgery to repair or remove the mesh implant, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Defective mesh design has been linked to life-threatening complications requiring one or more revision surgeries. Lundy LLP is here to guide you through this difficult time. Patients may be entitled to monetary compensation including:
- Pain & Suffering
- Lost Wages
- Medical Bills
Complications linked to defective hernia mesh designs include:
- Severe abdominal pain
- Adverse reactions or infections
- Surgical removal of Hernia Mesh
- Organ adhesions, perforation, or erosion
- Hernia recurrence requiring additional surgery
- Adhesion – scar tissue build-up
- Bowel or intestine obstruction
- Injuries to other organs, blood vessels, or nerves
About Hernia Mesh Lawsuits
There are more than 50,000 defective hernia mesh lawsuits pending. If you or a family member had a hernia mesh implanted after 1999 and experienced complications requiring additional treatment or surgery, you may be entitled to significant compensation.
Complications resulting from hernia mesh surgery can be severe. Victims are alleging that manufacturers failed to disclose potential risks to surgeons. The FDA has recalled several hernia meshes due to post-surgery complications, including Bard’s Kugel Hernia Mesh and Medical C-QUR Mesh by Atrium. In addition, Johnson & Johnson ended sales of Ethicon’s Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh due to FDA violations.
Working with a Lawyer
Contacting an attorney as soon as the patient is diagnosed with health problems associated with the hernia mesh implants is critical to protecting your right to file a claim. An experienced dangerous and defective products lawyer can evaluate your claim, explain the legal process and timeline, and potential outcomes.
Call to schedule an appointment with our defective medical device attorneys.
During your initial consultation, you will learn that cases like yours are handled on a contingency fee basis. A contingency fee basis means that if our law firm accepts your case, we will not charge to represent you and receives payment only if a settlement is obtained or a trial is won.
Victims of defective medical products deserve compensation for their injuries, pain, and suffering. Over 50,000 hernia mesh patients have filed suit against the manufacturers. Call Lundy LLP for a FREE consultation to review your case.