Hernia Mesh Injury

Posted on 02/01/2017Back

Hernia mesh is used to prevent organs and surrounding tissue from squeezing through holes or weak spots in abdominal muscles. Placed above or below the weak spot, or directly into the hole, this medical product is intended to act as scaffolding, allowing a patient’s own tissue to regenerate, eventually incorporating the mesh into surrounding areas. Tragically, serious complications have begun to arise in patients who have had hernia mesh placed.

Hernia mesh from medical device manufacturers including Atrium and Ethicon are now linked to hernia recurrence in addition to:

  • Intestinal blockage
  • Organ and bowel perforation
  • Adhesive scar tissue
  • Infection
  • Serious and debilitating pain

If you or a loved one have struggled with these or other hernia mesh complications, our Minneapolis dangerous medical device attorneys can help. Give us a call at 612-436-5026 to schedule a free consultation and learn more.

Hernia Mesh Repair

The only way to repair hernia mesh is revision surgery, which may include extraction of the mesh from organs and other tissue it has embedded itself into. This requires additional incisions, anesthesia, and surgical time, increasing risks for complications and creating both financial and physical problems for impacted patients.

The risks, costs, and emotional and physical damages caused by these defective medical devices demands swift and aggressive legal action. Our attorneys are prepared to begin working on your case immediately, and to take it as far as needed to secure for you the full compensation you deserve.

Do you need a defective hernia mesh lawyer? Please contact GoldenbergLaw to schedule a free consultation today. We serve victims of defective and dangerous medical devices living in Minneapolis, St. Paul, and throughout the nation.


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