One of the most popular ways to repair hernia is by using hernia mesh. This is a surgical product that is used to stabilize the abdominal tissues during surgery. However, what is unfortunate enough is that the quality and safety of hernia mesh devices are often overlooked by manufacturers. Hernia patients can experience chronic pain, complications and risks because of defective hernia mesh devices.
These risks include but are not limited to:
In such a serious situation, hernia patients may have to undergo a painful hernia revision surgery. This brings us down to the real question: who is responsible for their pain and suffering?
If you or someone you know have is suffering from serious side-effects or complications as a result of using a defective hernia mesh, then get in touch with Daniel and Associates to file a hernia mesh lawsuit against the manufacturer. The manufacturer will be held accountable for the defective mesh and compensate you for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Did you know that every year 1 million hernia repair surgeries are performed and as many as 30% of patients require a second surgery because of a defective hernia mesh? This means rising medical bills, more pain, and more missed days at work for the affected individuals. Needless to say, the complications arising from a defective hernia mesh can be both emotionally and financially stressful.
However, if you file a hernia mesh lawsuit, you can get the financial support that you need to pay your medical bills. It is important to understand that as per the statute of limitation, the lawsuit must be filed in a timely manner because delays can lower your compensation or you may end up losing your right to file the claim. Also, the claim amount that you receive depends on your case, injuries and how your case is pursued.Please do not attempt to determine if you have a compensable case. You must consult a relevant liability attorney who has the expertise and extensive knowledge necessary to determine who ultimately caused the harm and injuries you or a loved one suffered.
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