If you are one of the thousands of Americans who have suffered medical complications due to the implant or removal of a hernia mesh product, call Bart Durham Injury Law in Tennessee. Hernia mesh devices made by multiple medical product manufacturers are under recall by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration due to unforeseen side-effects.
Individuals may seek compensation for financial damages related to:
- Medical misdiagnosis and improper treatment
- Recurrence of hernia
- Surgical removal
- Abscess formation, fistulas
- Obstruction of the bowel, tearing of the bowel lining
- Perforated organs
Manufacturers of Atrium C-Qur and Ethicon Physiomesh have had lawsuits filed against them for injuries related to hernia mesh implants. However, any manufacturer of hernia mesh product may be held liable for damages.
Hernia Mesh Products Have Been Marketed For Unnecessary Use
In addition to injuries resulting from side effects and surgical complications, product manufactures have been held liable for marketing their products to doctors who prescribe and implant them without medical necessity. Patients who can demonstrate that the product is not helping in the treatment of a diagnosed medical problem may sue for damages for removal of the mesh, along with related damages.
The Personal Injury Lawyers of Bart Durham Injury Law have earned a reputation for aggressive, effective legal representation for individuals who have suffered injury and financial damages due to failed medical products and negligence on the part of medical professionals in Kentucky and Tennessee.