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Did You Suffer Due to a Defective Hernia Mesh?

If you had hernia surgery which used a surgical mesh, and are now suffering from a complication, you may be entitled to significant compensation.



Reach out to our team today to learn more.

If you had hernia surgery which used a surgical mesh, and are now suffering from a complication, you may be entitled to significant compensation.



Reach out to our team today to learn more.


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Why Hernia Mesh is Dangerous

Hernia mesh is a medical implant that provides support for damaged tissue around hernias as they heal. Many hernia mesh devices are prone to erode, migrate, and shrink once implanted. All of these issues can result in serious injuries suffered by the patient.

Why Hernia Mesh is Dangerous

Almost 30% of hernia mesh surgeries result in complications including:

Hernia mesh manufacturers (Atrium Medical, Bard Davol, Covidein and Ethicon/Johnson & Johnson) have recalled over 200,000 units between 2005 and 2014.

  • Mesh shrinkage (balling up, eventration, contraction)
  • Nerve damage
  • Other organ perforation
  • Recurrence
  • Ring break
  • Seroma


  • Abscess(es) 
  • Adhesion
  • Bowel/intestinal obstruction or perforation
  • Fistulae
  • Late infections
  • Mesh migration


Do I Qualify for a Hernia Mesh Lawsuit?

If you had a hernia repair surgery that involved a mesh, and have experienced any of the above complications, you may be entitled to significant compensation.

You do not need to know the specific mesh manufacturer used in your surgery. We will get the required medical information and investigate whether your complications are related to a defective surgical mesh product.

Do I Qualify for a Hernia Mesh Lawsuit?

We Can Help You

Many patients who experienced severe complications with hernia meshes are suing the manufacturers of the product.

File Your Claim Request

Reach out to our experienced team of lawyers to learn more. You do not need to know the specific mesh manufacturer and brand used in your surgery. We will get the required medical information and investigate whether your complications are related to defective surgical mesh used during the hernia repair.

Any consultation with us is confidential and completely free. You do not pay us a penny until you receive a settlement.

We Can Help You

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