Hernia Mesh Lawsuits
Borgess Law is currently investigating injuries caused by hernia mesh implants, including inadequate repair, adhesions, infections, hernia recurrence, bowel obstruction, sepsis, migration, and other complications, injuries, or death following hernia surgery. The types of hernia mesh include, but are not necessarily limited to:
- Physiomesh, Proceed & Prolene sold by Ethicon, Inc.;
- C-Qur sold by Atrium Medical Corporation;
- PerFix Plug, 3DMax, Ventralex ST, Sepramesh IP Composite & Composix E/X sold by Bard; and
- Parietex, Parietex Composite and Parietex ProGrip sold by Covidian.
If you do not know what type of hernia mesh you or a loved one had implanted, we can help you find this out.
The lawsuits allege that defective coatings on specific types of mesh have a higher rate of complications. The lawsuits also allege that manufacturers failed to warn patients and their physicians about the allegedly increased risk of danger to patients, including inadequate repair, adhesions, infections, hernia recurrence, bowel obstruction, sepsis, and other complications, injuries, or death following hernia surgery.
How We Can Help:
If you or someone you love has suffered an inadequate repair, adhesions, infections, hernia recurrence, bowel obstruction, migration, sepsis, other complication, injury, or death following hernia surgery, you should be aware of the ongoing litigations. Again, if you do not know what type of hernia mesh was implanted, we can help you find this out.
Attorney Pamela A. Borgess, the founder of Borgess Law, LLC, has extensive experience with numerous national high-profile defective medical drug/device cases and can discuss your legal options. She accepts hernia mesh cases nationwide. For more information about the hernia mesh litigation or to discuss a potential claim, contact Borgess Law at (567) 455-5955. You can also contact Borgess Law by submitting an online inquiry. Borgess Law never charges for initial consultations. We welcome any questions you may have.