Florida Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Attorneys
Fighting for Individuals Injured by Hernia Meshes Nationwide
Anyone who has suffered a hernia knows the persistent pain and complications that may arise. In recent years, many patients have been recommended hernia repair surgery, which often involves the use of a hernia mesh to help with recovery.
Unfortunately, hernia meshes have caused severe injury to patients in Florida and throughout the United States — so much so that it is currently at the center of multidistrict litigation (MDL).
If you have suffered a hernia mesh injury, Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A. wants to help. You could qualify to join in on this MDL and recover compensation from the company or corporation that allowed you to be injured by a defective medical device.
Backed by over 40 years of experience, our personal injury team have recovered millions of dollars for our clients in complex cases. We will guide you through this turbulent time with conviction, compassion, and skill.
Suffered a hernia mesh injury in Florida? Call (888) 499-6206 or contact us online today to speak with our legal team about whether you qualify for a hernia mesh lawsuit. All initial consultations are FREE!
What Causes Hernias?
Muscles and tissues hold organs in place, but sometimes an organ can push through a weakened area or opening, causing a hernia to develop. This typically happens due to heavy lifting and other activities that cause muscle strain, like repeated pregnancies, strenuous exercise, obesity, chronic coughing, chronic constipation, etc. The abdomen, upper thigh, and groin are the most common places in which hernias develop.
What Is a Hernia Mesh?
A hernia mesh is used to support the weakened tissue section to allow the hernia to heal. Depending on your hernia, a medical professional will recommend either a “non-absorbable,” permanent hernia mesh or an “absorbable,” temporary hernia mesh that will deteriorate on its own over time.
There are three primary types of hernia meshes:
- Patches, which are surgically inserted to cover or support damaged tissue, helping it heal;
- Plugs, which plug up a hernia; and
- Sheets, which are placed in a manner in which muscles may grow through the sheet’s pores, allowing the hernia to heal.
Hernia Mesh Complications
Although hernia meshes are used to treat hernias, complications can and do occur:
- Adhesion in which the hernia mesh will adhere to the tissue around the hernia or become buried in the scar tissue;
- Implant erosion in which the hernia mesh deteriorates very quickly and suddenly instead of over a period of several years as intended;
- Mesh migrations in which the hernia mesh migrates, or moves, out of place;
- Bowel obstruction or perforation in which the bowels are blocked or develop holes; and
- Hernia recurrence in which the hernia mesh was ineffective and allowed the hernia to recur.
Infections, abdominal pain, chronic pain, and cancer are also common hernia mesh injuries. Seromas, sacs of fluid under the skin, may also develop as a result of a defective hernia mesh. If any of these complications are left unaddressed, death may result.
Who Can Be Held Liable for Hernia Mesh Injuries?
Hernia mesh injury lawsuits are primarily naming the following companies and corporations as defendants:
- Atrium Medical
- C.R. Bard
- Ethicon, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary
Please note: There are several different hernia meshes over which lawsuits have been filed, including Atrium Medical’s C-QUR and Ethicon’s Physiomesh, among others. If you are unsure which hernia mesh caused your injuries, please do not hesitate to contact Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A. online. We can help you determine whether you are eligible to take legal action.
Recover Your Full Compensation
At Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A. we never settle for less. If you are successful in your hernia mesh injury lawsuit, you could be entitled to compensation for your damages, including medical expenses, hospital bills, wage loss, and more.
Join the thousands of people who have filed suit against the companies that negligently let defective hernia meshes go to market. Our national lawyers are accepting cases in the state of Florida and throughout the country.
Should you choose to work with our firm, you will be assigned your own personal team of trial lawyers who will be available 24/7. We understand we cannot undo the harm that you have suffered, but we can hold those at fault accountable.
Get your free consultation today! Contact a national hernia mesh attorney online.