Cincinnati medical device recall attorney and Ohio hernia mesh lawyer reviewing mesh injury cases for plaintiffs nationwide
Due to low success rates for hernia mesh devices, many device companies have issued recalls following injuries and device lawsuits. Several serious health problems are associated with defective hernia mesh devices, and device companies including Bard, Covidien, Atrium, Gore, Aspide and Ethicon may be held responsible when injuries occur.
Hernia repairs are quite common, and doctors commonly use surgical mesh to add support to weakened or damaged tissue. Surgical mesh devices available on the market are generally constructed from synthetic absorbable, non-absorbable or a combination of medical materials. Patients should contact their surgeons about health issues and contact an experienced Ohio hernia mesh lawyer for legal counsel.
Joe Lyon is a highly-rated Cincinnati medical device attorney and Ohio hernia mesh lawyer representing plaintiffs nationwide in a wide variety of defective medical device and product liability claims.
Hernias have a high recurrence rate, and surgeons will try to use surgical mesh to strengthen the hernia site. But some hernia mesh products may have a higher risk, and have been found to be ineffective and cause further injury.
A U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) analysis of mesh adverse event reports notes chronic pain, infection, hernia recurrence, adhesion, abdominal obstruction, bleeding, fistula, granuloma, seroma, and tissue perforation as severe risks linked to hernia mesh devices. Mesh migration may also occur as a complication and lead to more invasive issues. A more serious complication is the development of bowel perforation or fistula, usually due to chronic erosion of bowel.
Following health problems, mesh removal can lead to infection, and permanent pelvic pain. Some estimates say about 30 percent of patients with mesh implants removed will suffer from chronic pain.
Bard/ Davol Products
Product liability attorneys claim thousands of defective hernia mesh devices have not been properly tested before they were marketed and distributed to the American public. Medical device companies like Aspide, Atrium, Gore, Covidien, Ethicon and Bard have paid millions of dollar to victims to settle device injury lawsuits.
If you have experienced hernia mesh complications, consult a medical professional and an Ohio hernia mesh lawyer. The Lyon Firm has national experience litigating product liability cases against medical device manufacturers.
If you or a loved one suffered an injury due to a defective hernia mesh device, and have questions about the legal remedies available to improve quality of life and medical care, contact The Lyon Firm at (800) 513-2403. You will speak directly with Mr. Lyon, an Ohio hernia mesh lawyer, and he will help you answer these critical questions.