We work aggressively to secure compensation that can provide relief for our clients who have suffered injury related to these hernia mesh products. On a broader level, we strive to protect all patients by holding product manufacturers responsible for putting sales and profits ahead of patient safety. Over the past decade, we have helped thousands of patients from across the United States in cases involving the troubling results of defective surgical mesh.
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Our hernia mesh lawyers use litigation to accomplish several goals for patients who have been harmed by hernia mesh devices.
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Our defective mesh lawyers use litigation to accomplish several goals for patients who have been harmed by defective hernia mesh devices.
Men and women who received a hernia mesh implant thought the operation would correct these problems and bring some normalcy back to their lives. Instead, many patients have suffered painful and serious complications after the device was implanted. Often, these complications require invasive surgery to remove the mesh, which creates more risks to the patient. After mesh removal surgery, the hernia still must be corrected, which may lead to yet another invasive procedure.
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