Bard Hernia Mesh Complications can be found in thousands of patients who had the hernia mesh used to support weakened or damaged tissue in their hernia repair. Bard mesh products have caused thousands of injuries and tens of thousands of injuries. Additionally, defective Bard hernia mesh devices are still out the as the hernia mesh medical devices continue to be sold and used in hernia repair procedures.
Hernia mesh lawsuits claim the devices caused injuries and complications so severe that users of the defective mesh often had to undergo additional surgeries to correct the problems caused by the mesh. Many other complications including chronic pain, mesh migration, abdominal swelling, nerve damage, and additional hospitalizations are also being reported. Currently in hernia mesh litigation, there are thousands of cases in several multidistrict litigations against the manufacturers Bard Davol, Ethicon, and Atrium.
Drug Attorneys at the Willis Law firm are actively investigating all Bard Hernia Mesh cases where the mesh was produced by C.R. Bard and has caused injuries and complications. Many injuries and symptoms linked to Bard’s hernia mesh including:
The following hernia meshes manufactured by Bard use polypropylene in their design:
Thousands of hernia mesh injuries and complications have been reported to the FDA. Typically reported to the FDA’s Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience database (MAUDE). The following hernia mesh devices and injuries include:
Bard Hernia Mesh is manufacturered and sold under many different product labels. Bard has recalled some of their Ventralex hernia mesh products. These products have been reported to cause serious injuries and require corrective surgeries and hospitalizations. Many of the mesh products including the Ventralex were approved by the FDA under the FDA’s 510(k) clearance for medical devices. This essentially means that the device did not have to undergo thorough testing because it was substantially similar to other hernia mesh products on the market.
Multidistrict (MDL) litigation is underway for Bard hernia mesh lawsuits. Thousands of cases have been filed in Ohio and are awaiting trial dates. It is expected that thousands more new cases will be added to the MDL. If you are considering filing a hernia mesh case after suffering an injury or post surgical complication from a mesh product, now is the time to talk to an experienced drug attorney who has been fighting and winning against giant pharmaceutical companies for decades.
Bard and Davol are accused of producing cheap, defective medical devices and failing to ensure their safety to consumers by not adequately testing the products. Bard also failed to warn consumers of the risks of defective hernia mesh products. If you were injured following the insertion of a Bard mesh device, you can join thousands of others seeking compensation for medical costs, lost wages, pain and suffering, and hold the companies seeking giant profits over safety of individuals accountable.
The Drug Attorneys team at the Willis Law Firm is highly experienced in fighting drug and medical device manufacturers. We have successfully represented thousands of people and brought them 100’s of millions of dollars for the injuries they suffered and the loved ones they lost. If you or a loved one suffered an injury or worse after using a Bard hernia mesh product, contact the Bard hernia mesh lawyers today for a free and confidential case consultation to determine whether a Bard hernia mesh lawsuit is the right choice for you and your family. Don’t delay, there are filing deadlines to join this litigation. Contact us today!