Bard® Hernia Mesh Device Product Lawsuits
Hernia Mesh Attorneys Are On Your Side
Mesh manufacturer C.R. Bard® and it’s subsidy Davol® are one of the leading manufacturers in hernia mesh. While the FDA continues to quickly approve hernia untested hernia mesh products, the general public continues to suffer. There are over 1,000,000 hernia meshes implanted every year in the United States. Many of the most dangerous hernia meshes still remain on the market and have not recalled by the FDA. These products include:
- 3D Max
- Composix E/X
- Composix Kugel
- Composix Kugel (Modified)
- Curasoft Patch
- Marlex (Soft Mesh)
- Perfix Plug
- Sepramesh IP Composite
- Ventralex ST
- Ventrio ST
What is Hernia Mesh?
Hernia mesh is a screen-like surgical implant that is used to repair a hernia. Studies have shown that mesh is somewhat effective at preventing hernia reoccurrence, causing repair surgery with hernia mesh to be a standard for hernia repair. However, a large number of hernia mesh products have been recalled, leaving patients suffering from complications, and often needing revision surgery.
Due to the reported defects in the hernia mesh products listed below, there have been an increase of defective product lawsuits filed on behalf of the hernia mesh victims. These hernia mesh defective product lawsuits claim that Bard and it’s subsidiary company did not fully warn the public about the possible side-affects when using this product. We have already seen damage awards in one lawsuit in excess of $1.4 million with many more lawsuits awaiting trial.
Mesh Recalled Based on High Rates of Complications
There are numerous recalls on hernia mesh products. The FDA update states “Most of the complications reported to us so far have been associated with mesh products that have been recalled and are no longer on the market.” However many patients with hernia mesh are experiencing similar symptoms. Pain, infection, recurrence, adhesion, obstruction, and perforation are the most common complications associated with recalled mesh.
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Hernia Mesh Surgery Complications, Risks & Side Effects
If you or a loved one had complications or suffered a hernia recurrence after a hernia repair procedure, you should know that you are not alone. A large number of individuals, like yourself, have reported suffering, and severe/debilitating problems following hernia surgery with a Bard® hernia mesh device. Some of the most common symptoms and complications are listed below.
- Recurrent Hernia
- Bowel Perforation
- Bowel Blockage
- Mesh Contraction
- Severe Inflammatory Response
- Nerve Damage
- Revision Surgery
- Abdominal Pain
- Possible Death
How Do I Know If I Qualify For A Bard® Hernia Mesh Lawsuit or Compensation?
The Olinde Law Firm is currently investigating the 3DMax hernia mesh lawsuits connected with the defective product and can help you determine if you qualify. If you, a friend or family member has suffered hernia mesh complications, request a free consultation and claim evaluation. You can call the Olinde Law Firm at 1-800-587-1889. These cases do have a statute of limitations, or deadline by which any 3DMax lawsuit must be filed, so it is important to review any potential claims as early as possible to make sure that your legal rights are protected. Contact The Olinde Firm now, for your free case evaluation.
Did You Have Revision Surgery? Are You Experiencing Complications? If you or a loved one are experiencing complications, symptoms, or are requiring revision surgery, contact the Olinde Firm now. We are currently offering free case reviews. Act fast, you may be entitled to compensation.
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