Ethicon Hernia Mesh Lawyer

Ethicon is yet another maker of surgical hernia mesh products that are used to support or repair damaged tissue inside the body. Ethicon is widely known for its controversial transvaginal mesh products – mostly because there are so many lawsuits surrounding them. In fact, more than 100,000 transvaginal mesh lawsuits have been filed to date, making the current mass total one of the largest in history. Our Ethicon hernia mesh attorneys have extensive experience in serving clients who have been victims of the Ethicon implant and will do whatever it takes to get the compensation you deserve.

Complications from the Ethicon Physiomesh:

Many complications have stemmed from the Ethicon Physiomesh implant. Symptoms range from mild to severe. If you have experienced any of the following seek medical help right away and consider a class action lawsuit for your complications.

  • Pain
  • Suffering
  • Internal Bleeding
  • Lumps or swelling near surgery site
  • Hot and sore near surgical area
  • Mesh migration or erosion

How can an Ethicon attorney help you?

Transvaginal mesh is typically used to treat conditions such as pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence in women. Unfortunately, thousands of complaints have been received by the FDA concerning these devices, as mesh erodes inside the body. Mesh can travel to other parts of the system, damaging internal organs and other tissue, causing bleeding, pain, infection, and leaving internal scarring in its path. Additional surgery is required to remove the mesh. Many patients have reported complications related to the device including infections, adhesion and even a hernia re-occurrence. By contacting our professionals today, we will help build you case and fight for you to receive the compensation you deserve. If you or someone you love has experienced any of these problems you may be eligible for financial compensation with the help of our Ethicon hernia mesh lawsuit lawyers

In 2008, the FDA issued a Public Health Notification regarding reports of serious complications associated with placement of transvaginal mesh devices. The issue further escalated in 2011 after the FDA received more than 1,000 adverse effect reports from manufacturers of surgical mesh products. It was then the FDA ordered Ethicon and others to cease production of these devices until more extensive research was conducted. In 2012, Johnson & Johnson, Ethicon’s parent company, advised the FDA of its plans to recall four of these products:

  • GYNECARE PROLIFT™ Pelvic Floor Repair System
  • GYNECARE PROLIFT+M™ Pelvic Floor Repair System
  • GYNECARE PROSIMA™ Pelvic Floor Repair System

As of April 2017, Johnson & Johnson and its Ethicon mesh medical device division had accrued millions in punitive damages over its transvaginal devices, while hundreds of cases are still awaiting trial in courtrooms. Ethicon decided to pull four popular mesh devices in 2012. Despite the magnitude of FDA warnings and lawsuits filed against them, Ethicon claims that their hernia mesh products are safe and only pulled certain devices due to commercial concerns alone.

Ethicon also manufactures other medical products and mesh devices as well, including hernia repair meshes, breast implants, sutures, and more. In 2014, a Class II Device Recall was issued for their surgical mesh. Another Class II Device Recall was issued in 2011 for their Polymeric Surgical Mesh.

Ethicon’s record of harm to the public from Ethicon hernia mesh includes 48,507 reports to the FDA in the following areas:

  • Adverse event reports – 47,105
  • Device malfunction reports – 1,261

Far too many patients are suffering as a result of these defective products. If you or someone you love has been harmed by one of Ethicon’s hernia mesh devices, call our office today. You may be able to file an Ethicon mesh lawsuit. Consultations are always free, we have offices located in Georgia, Arizona, Colorado and more. Our hernia mesh lawyers are experienced at handling Ethicon lawsuits and are ready to take on your case.



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