Filing a Hernia Mesh Lawsuit
Kugel Patch lawsuits end after $1.5 million dollar verdict and $184 million dollar settlement. This was a device that was used to repair hernias. A hernia occurs when an organ or fatty tissue squeezes through a weak spot in a surrounding muscle or connective tissue called fascia. Unfortunately, the Kugel Patch was designed poorly so its ring could break and puncture organs. Thousands of problems were attributed to it, leading to litigation and it being pulled from the U.S. market. The Federal Court closed the Kugel Patch litigation after 10 years and final settlement payments.
Atrium C-QUR™ litigation: this refers to another type of hernia mesh product. Many individuals suffered severe complications and allege that the device is defective and unreasonably dangerous. As a direct result, people who had it implanted were required to have an additional surgery to correct any complications. To make matters worse, the Plaintiffs state that the company failed to warn consumers of the device’s dangers. In fact, the F.D.A. (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) found repeated problems during four inspections at the company’s production facility. Consequently, a federal court issued an order to close most of the factory until its manufacturing problems were corrected. In addition, more that 100,000 of their mesh devices were later recalled.
Please be aware that there are strict time deadlines in order for you to file a hernia mesh lawsuit. Don’t delay and learn about your rights today by calling The Law Offices of Evan M. Ostfeld at (866) I-SUE-YOU (478-3968), (866) BAD RXRX, (223-7979), (954) 227-7529, (954) 998-0075 Text. In fact, there are no attorney’s fees or costs unless there is a settlement or court award. We proudly service residents from all of Florida’s 67 Counties. Should your case involve the laws outside of the Sunshine State, don’t worry, be happy! Evan co-counsels with other attorneys throughout the U.S. in order to help assist with the hernia mesh litigation.
Here is an example of such a lawsuit: A Florida man sues hernia mesh manufacturer Atrium over a blocked intestine. The Plaintiff was experiencing severe pain and underwent hernia repair.
Unfortunately, the surgery did not correct the issue and tests showed that the mesh was sticking to his small intestine! As a direct result, he underwent another procedure to remove the mesh and regrettably a portion of his bowel.
Legal Help with a Hernia Mesh Lawsuit
If you do not know the manufacturer and or type of the hernia mesh implant that was used during your surgery, that’s quite understandable. As such, why don’t you just let Evan M. Ostfeld, Esquire who has over (27) years of experience and his legal team gather all of the medical records and or talk with your doctors? Our analysis will determine if there is a viable claim. We’ll even outlay all of the applicable medical and court costs. If there is no recovery, there are no attorney’s fees or lawyer expenses due to the client. Accordingly, you have nothing to lose so contact us today at (866) I-SUE-YOU (478-3968), (866) BAD RXRX, (223-7979), (954) 227-7529, (954) 998-0075 Text or email@example.com.