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If you have developed injuries or side effects from hernia mesh, you may be entitled to financial compensation

Did you or a loved one suffer injuries due to a Hernia Mesh implant?

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Some brands of surgical mesh can create increased risks of complications after surgery. The FDA has issued a public safety notice about the risks that hernia mesh may cause. These symptoms can include:
Injury to Nearby Organs
Hernia Recurrence

Hernia or surgical mesh is used in surgeries to repair weakened or damaged tissue in patients, often in the abdomen or groin . A number of brands of hernia mesh have been shown to increase the risk of complications for many patients. If you have had a hernia repaired with surgical mesh and experienced complications because the mesh was defective, you may be entitled to potential compensation to cover your injuries and medical expenses.

Surgeons and their patients rely on a variety of mesh products to repair hernias. Most types of surgical mesh are meant to stay inside the patient’s body for the rest of their lives, which further increases the need for a product that is safe for patients. When a manufacturer makes a medical device product that leads to further health complications, that company can be held liable in court. An affected person can suffer a great deal of physical and mental anguish that can require additional treatment, including a revision surgery.

An abdominal hernia occurs when part of an organ or tissue bulges through a weak spot in the wall of muscle that surrounds the abdomen. An inguinal hernia is a type of abdominal hernia that occurs when tissue, such as part of the intestine, protrudes through a weak spot in the abdominal muscles near the groin area. The resulting bulge from an abdominal hernia can be painful, especially when you cough, bend over, or lift a heavy object. Abdominal hernias typically do not heal on their own and can lead to health complications. This is why doctors will recommend surgical treatment for hernias, and surgeons often use hernia mesh to patch the weak tissue. This mesh is often made from synthetic materials.