Shamis & Gentile, P.A. are your skilled mass tort attorneys for your hernia mesh lawsuit as they have been representing clients in these cases for many years. A hernia mesh lawsuit is yet another example of complications arising from design defects.
It has been frequently seen, within a few years of receiving a hernia mesh implant, many patients begin experiencing a variety of adverse symptoms, including complications with the implanted surgical mesh.
A large number of hernia mesh lawsuits (also known as physiomesh lawsuit) now pending in the courts allege negligent design or manufacturing of surgical mesh resulted in substantial bodily injury to the patient. This has led to a large physiomesh recall.
You might have heard of some of the problems associated with the Johnson & Johnson Physiomesh product. They even issued a “market withdrawal.” Does that mean I have grounds for a Physiomesh lawsuit?
There have been two studies confirming that the Johnson & Johnson Ethicon Physiomesh Composite Mesh hernia patch had higher rates of hernia re-opening, called “recurrence” than similar brands. The patient was forced to undergo additional surgery to solve the problem. The manufacturer has since issued a “market withdrawal.” The FDA explicitly pointed out that this was not the same as a recall. What exactly is the difference? Truth be told, it is a matter for legal experts to decide. Perhaps, an official Physiomesh recall would have been too public. Either way, the manufacturer’s actions have shown that there is a problem with the medical device.
Let us talk. We can discuss your circumstances and symptoms. The complications of hernia mesh might resemble other ailments. Although, there is not an official Physiomesh recall, the market withdrawal is a serious red flag.
If you believe that you or a loved one has suffered any of these effects, call Shamis & Gentile, P.A. today for a class action lawsuit for hernia mesh recall. Remember, we only recover if you do! Give us a call today!