New Jersey Physiomesh Hernia Mesh Lawyers
A common solution or treatment for hernias is the implantation of a hernia mesh over the injury site. In May 2010, Ethicon placed their
Unfortunately, this particular mesh has distinct design differences that have dire consequences.
As a result, patients who have had the Physiomesh hernia mesh inserted have come forward reporting several severe, painful reactions and symptoms. The most common—which are reported by at least 50% of those who have had the mesh inserted—include the following:
- Severe pain
- Bowel obstruction
- Mesh shrinkage, tearing, or migration
- Recurrence of original hernia
- Painful, dense adhesions
- Seroma (fluid buildup under the skin)
- A lack of natural ingrowth between the mesh and the abdominal
In May 2016, Johnson & Johnson issued a voluntary global market withdrawal for Ethicon Physiomesh hernia mesh. Multiple lawsuits are
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Discuss Your Case with Our Hernia Mesh Attorneys Today
Contact O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble Law Offices to find out if filing an Ethicon Physiomesh lawsuit is in your best interest. For a free no obligation consultation, you can simply contact us online or call (908) 928-9200 or 1-800-586-5817.