Hernia Mesh

State Product Liability Laws Protect Injured Hernia Mesh Users 

Mesh implants were initially designed to help patients recover from challenging surgical procedures. However, mesh products – including transvaginal and hernia implants – have come under fire in recent years. It now appears as though the risks of mesh implants outweigh the benefits. Tens of thousands of Americans have suffered debilitating injuries – and many… read more

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Dozens of New Bard Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Filed Every Week

Public outrage against C.R. Bard is mounting. The medical device manufacturer is currently facing thousands of hernia mesh injury lawsuits in state and federal courts across the nation. The majority of these lawsuits have been consolidated into multidistrict litigation (MDL) in the Southern District of Ohio. New court filings reveal that between 80 and 100… read more

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Ethicon’s Proceed Hernia Mesh At Center of Controversy in New Lawsuit

On January 12, 2018, a Louisiana woman went to the hospital to undergo a routine hernia repair surgery. Proceed, a popular surgical mesh manufactured by Ethicon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, was implanted during the procedure. The mesh was intended to support the woman’s abdominal wall, encourage healing, and prevent the hernia from recurring…. read more

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Scottish Veteran Left Crippled By Pain After Hernia Mesh Procedure

In a new article for the Sunday Post, a Scottish veteran is speaking out about the horrors of hernia mesh, breaking his silence around the life-altering complications he began to suffer after a procedure undergone four years ago. “Nothing Prepared Me For The Hell” Of Hernia Mesh David Foulkes, 56, served two tours of duty… read more

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Nearly 850 C-QUR Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Filed In New Hampshire Federal Court

Atrium Medical faces nearly 850 product liability lawsuits filed over the company’s C-QUR line of hernia mesh products. In their hernia mesh lawsuits, plaintiffs accuse Atrium of concealing the risks of its polypropylene mesh patches from the public, hernia patients and the medical community at large. The cases have been consolidated in the U.S. District… read more

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Physiomesh Lawsuits Move Forward Toward First Bellwether Trial

As of October 11, 2018, a total of 1,478 Physiomesh lawsuits are pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. District Judge Richard W. Story is presiding over the consolidated litigation, guiding the cases toward bellwether trials. First Bellwether Trial Scheduled For December 2, 2019 The first Physiomesh bellwether trial in… read more

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