Hernia Mesh Lawsuit

If you've had hernia surgery since 2007 and suffered pain, scarring, or required revision surgery, you may be entitled to a cash award.

Lawsuits concerning defective surgical mesh were filed after high rates of additional surgery and hernias reopening were reported. If you or a loved one had problems with a hernia mesh implant or required additional surgery, you may be entitled to a cash award. Call the Gold Shield Group now at 800-598-0263.

What is this lawsuit about?

Ethicon Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh is a type of surgical mesh commonly used in hernia surgeries. Ethicon issued a voluntary recall after an analysis of data from 2 large registries that track hernia surgery patients revealed that Physiomesh had a higher than average rate of hernia re-occurrence and revision surgeries compared to other mesh products. Ethicon stated that they believe the reasons for the higher than average rates are a combination of “possible product characteristics, operative and patient factors.” However, many are suggesting that the problems people are experiencing are due to poor design, that Ethicon’s Physiomesh is more rigid than other products on the market.

Side Effects of Defective Hernia Mesh

Side effects of defective hernia mesh include the following:

  Hernia Re-opening
  Appearance of a Mass, Lump, or Bulge
  Revision Surgery

If you suffered pain, scarring, or required additional surgery after having hernia surgery involving hernia mesh, you may be entitled to a cash award. Fill out our form to receive a FREE hernia lawsuit case evaluation or call the Gold Shield Group at 800-598-0263 to see if you qualify. Our call center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We'll give you a free, no-obligation case evaluation and help you get any compensation you deserve.


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