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Lawsuits for Physiomesh Injuries After Hernia Repair

If you or a loved one has suffered from injuries or complications after undergoing laparoscopic surgery for ventral hernia repair, you may be eligible for compensation through filing a Physiomesh injury lawsuit against Ethicon. Trusting the product had been tested stringently for its intended use, millions of patients were implanted with the medical device. When Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon division learned of the severe medical problems resulting from hernia mesh, the company issued a Physiomesh safety warning and promptly pulled Physiomesh hernia repair patches from the market.

Physiomesh hernia repair mesh patches have been available since 2010 in the United States. Millions of patients require hernia repair treatment each year, and Physiomesh was one of the leading products used in these procedures. Now Physiomesh hernia patches have been recalled due to higher-than-expected failure rates in which patients require revision surgery and suffer long term consequences. Large studies originating in Europe documented the number of Physiomesh hernia mesh injuries, showing this product is exceptionally dangerous when compared to other versions of hernia mesh. Placing their trust in Johnson & Johnson, countless Americans have exposed themselves to a risk for hernia mesh injuries at no fault of their own.

Johnson & Johnson garners annual sales over $70 billion, selling its wide range of health care products around the globe. In the past decade, J&J has recalled dozens of products including dangerous drugs and defective medical devices. Paying out millions in large settlements - such as $72 million to a baby powder cancer plaintiff in 2016 - the company repeatedly has faced the negative implications of its careless negligence to product safety. Individual consumers wield very little power against multinational global corporations; filing a hernia mesh lawsuit is the only way to exert any control as a consumer. Physiomesh lawsuits endeavor to hold Johnson & Johnson accountable for the harm and suffering this defective product has caused in the years it has been in use.

Physiomesh Lawsuits for Hernia Repair Injury

If you or a loved one suffered from injuries or complications following ventral hernia repair, you may have grounds to file a hernia mesh injury lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon brand. Filing a Physiomesh hernia lawsuit serves a dual purpose:

First, if you or a family member has been harmed by Physiomesh, you likely have accumulated significant medical expenses. There is no knowing what problems a hernia mesh injury may cause in the future, or the costs that will be associated with ongoing treatment and care. Hernia mesh injury lawsuits can bring meaningful compensation to families that have been harmed.

Second, filing a hernia mesh injury lawsuit against Ethicon and Johnson & Johnson is the most powerful means for individual consumers to lodge their complaints against a multination pharmaceutical giant. It is a sad fact that often only the threat of litigation and large settlements pushes a company to become a better corporate citizen.

Our attorneys handling national Physiomesh hernia lawsuits are currently offering free case review with no further obligation. To speak with an attorney handling national hernia mesh lawsuit claims, simply use our online chat feature or complete our online contact form. One of our attorneys will contact you to discuss your situation and answer your questions at no charge.

Physiomesh Lawsuits Are Not Class Action Lawsuits

Hernia mesh lawsuits will not be class action lawsuits in which claimants should anticipate only a small, symbolic settlement. Instead, it is likely that hernia mesh lawsuits against Ethicon will be consolidated as Multidistrict Litigation (MDL). MDL is a legal procedure that increases the court's to reach conclusions in similar cases, while still preserving the particular details of each case. MDL brings individual cases together into a strong unified effort to advance justice and pressure Johnson & Johnson to take the responsibility of consumer safety seriously.

Hernia Mesh Injury Lawsuits: No Fees Unless We Collect for You

We will represent all persons involved in a hernia mesh lawsuit against Ethicon on a contingency basis, meaning our attorneys never charge legal fees unless we win compensation in your case. For a free no-obligation consultation please fill out our short online contact form and one of our hernia mesh injury lawyers will contact you to answer any of your questions.

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