Ethicon Physiomesh Lawsuits for Injury, Infection and Hernia Recurrence - Attorneys Handling Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Offer No-Cost, No-Obligation Physiomesh Case Review
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Ethicon Physiomesh hernia repair mesh has been pulled from global markets permanently due to high failure rates of the device. Used to repair ventral hernia, or weak spots in the abdominal wall, Ethicon hernia mesh has proven to cause significant injuries and hernia recurrence in many patients. Approved in 2010 via a short-cut FDA approval process, Ethicon's hernia mesh was only discovered to be dangerous after thousands of patients suffered Physiomesh complications. Now, persons across the nation are filing Physiomesh injury lawsuits against Ethicon to recover compensation for the pain, suffering and losses resulting from hernia mesh injuries and surgery.
Ethicon is a division of the international pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson, which is also facing litigation at this time for its transvaginal mesh (TVM). TVM is another synthetic mesh product that has been linked to high failure rates. More than 30,000 TVM lawsuits have been filed in the United States. With annual sales that exceed $70 billion, Johnson & Johnson is one of the largest purveyors of medical devices in the world. Filing a hernia mesh lawsuit is the only means for individuals and families to hold this giant corporation accountable for the damage and harm caused by carelessness and inattention to product safety.
Persons and family members of persons who have been implanted with Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh and have suffered from hernia mesh side effects or required revision surgery may be eligible for compensation through filing an Ethicon hernia mesh lawsuit. To speak with a hernia mesh attorney, please contact our firm for a free, no-obligation Physiomesh lawsuit consultation now. Our hernia mesh lawyers work on a contingency basis, meaning we charge no legal fees unless we win compensation on your behalf.
Ethicon Physiomesh has been found to be dangerous and defective in a high percentage of ventral hernia repair cases. An Urgent Field Safety Warning from Ethicon cautioned surgeons to stop using the medical device, effective immediately. Specific Physiomesh patch problems include pain, infection, hernia recurrence, adhesion or scar-tissue buildup, intestinal blockage, bleeding, perforation, organ damage, and the need for revision surgery. Read full information about hernia mesh problems
When two major European studies on the outcomes of hernia repair surgeries, Ethicon quickly moved to pull its hernia mesh patches off markets worldwide. The studies, which made use of hernia registries in Germany and Denmark, made clear that Physiomesh caused far more injuries, hernia recurrence, and complications than other similar products. Read full information about the worldwide withdrawal, comparable to an Ethicon hernia mesh recall
If you or a loved one were implanted with Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh from Ethicon and have experienced one or more significant health problems related to product defects, you may be eligible to file a hernia mesh lawsuit against Ethicon. Physiomesh injury lawsuits enable Americans to recover compensation for the pain, suffering and losses they have sustained as a result of hernia mesh injuries. Read full information on hernia mesh injury lawsuits
Our lawyers have compiled general information that applies to most hernia mesh lawsuit claims, based on the questions they receive most frequently. Physiomesh injury lawsuit time limits and who qualifies to file a hernia mesh injury lawsuit against Ethicon are among the questions answered. Read answers to hernia mesh lawsuit frequently asked questions.
Our hernia mesh injury attorneys work on a contingency basis when representing individuals and families in Physiomesh injury claims, meaning you will be charged no legal fees unless we win compensation on your behalf. To take advantage of our free consultation, contact the firm today. One of our Physiomesh lawyers will contact you promptly to discuss your case in depth and answer your questions. Read full information about our hernia mesh lawyers