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Ethicon Physiomesh Hernia Repair Mesh Trials Could Begin In January 2021

Physiomesh Multidistrict Litigation is moving along as four plaintiffs will serve as the work-up trial

Thursday, September 17, 2020 - The medical science surrounding a small number of hernia failures usually applies to all in the group of plaintiffs that could number in the thousands. To avoid clogging the court system with thousands of different but repetitive scientific testimonies and expert witnesses, and also to streamline other administrative court procedures, Ethicon Physiomesh Hernia Repair Mesh failure cases have combined into multidistrict litigation (MDL). Around 3000 cases against Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon Physiomesh hernia repair mesh, grouped in MDL and will begin in January of 2021. According to the MDL Practice and Procedures Order, the final pretrial hearing will be on January 14, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. The four plaintiffs have been selected to lead the Physiomesh hernia repair mesh MDL. The parties that have been selected as work-up trial cases are "James Bovian, Jim and Diane Crumbley, Danielle Guffey, and Jeffrey Smith with the Crumbley case to serve as the first trial case. Ethicon hernia repair mesh attorneys are offering a free consultation and no obligation to file a lawsuit claim.

When a medical device like Ethicon's Physiomesh Composite hernia repair mesh fails for several people, it usually signals that it is defective and could hurt thousands of others. That was the logic used by Johnson & Johnson when they voluntarily withdrew the Ethicon Physiomesh Hernia Repair Mesh from the market due to a large and ever-increasing number of device failures reported to the European hernia safety registry Herniamed in 2016. Since then, instances of Physiomesh hernia repair mesh failure have registered with the FDA's MAUDE medical device failure online database. The system gives those injured by a medical device's alleged failure a space to register their complaint and also the device manufacturer a chance to explain what they think may have gone wrong. When Johnson & Johnson withdrew Physiomesh their response for the device failure was to cite "multi-factorial reasons." Legal experts claim Ethicon's voluntary withdrawal was to get out ahead of the Physiomesh problem and avoid the publicity that an FDA recall would have created.

One layer of hernia repair mesh is polypropylene plastic, a material better suited to make clear plastic sandwich bags and microwaveable storage containers than for medical devices. Polypropylene has the qualities of strength and flexibility. Scientists have concluded that polypropylene plastic tends to be rejected by the human immune system when placed inside the body. Polypropylene may degrade and break free of the natural tissue component of composite hernia mesh above the hernia where it is supposed to be absorbed. Hernia mesh failure can cause internal bleeding, infection, or a life-threatening blockage when it breaks free from the spot above the surgically repaired hernia and falls into the lower abdomen. If you or a loved one have experienced the pain of a failed hernia mesh surgery, you should speak with a Hernia Mesh Lawyer to see if you qualify to file a claim against Ethicon or other hernia mesh, manufacturers.

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