Filing A Hernia Mesh Lawsuit

Hernia is a disease caused due to enlargement or projection of a tissue or a muscle or a membrane within the human body. When a tissue or a muscle or membrane grows out more than its normal limits, it is called Hernia patch. Initially, this does not hurt the human body but as it grows bigger it gives severe pain to a person affected by Hernia.


Nobody on earth can experience the intensity of pain that the person suffering from Hernia is undergoing. Sometimes when the doctor is operating the person for hernia, his/her ‘memory recoil ring’ fails to open up which may lead to product failure, putting the patients at great risk of further hernias. This failure can even lead to further complications, surgeries, and dangerous side effects, including punctured organs and bowel rupture.


This can be a major reason for the patient to file a lawsuit against the doctor who has done the surgery. In case you need any help regarding the hernia mesh lawsuits you can hire physiomesh lawyers for your help. An experienced doctor should know what to do if the ‘memory recoil ring’ fails to open up.

Here are some symptoms that you may have experienced as a victim of a fault hernia mesh. A small abdominal pain grows to become very tenacious, causing drainage from the place of surgery. Paralysis of the bowel along with severe abdominal pain and tenderness may also occur. Fluid gets collected in the abdomen which makes the abdomen swollen. An abdominal abscess formation also might occur.

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In such cases the patient has rights to file a case against the doctor and the hospital the doctor is working for, as this is a matter of life and death. The Doctors specialized in operating the surgery of hernia should take great care and precaution while dealing with such cases. Filing for a hernia mesh lawsuit will be an excellent idea to get back what you lose.

Commonly found symptoms hernia mesh complications can be summarized as follows:

  • Pain and bleeding
  • Infection
  • Hernia reoccurrence
  • Adhesions, scar tissues that sticks together
  • Bowel or intestinal blockage
  • Organ perforations
  • Nerve damage
  • Auto immune reactions to mesh
  • Mesh migration and rejection