In this blog post I outline some of the complications reported in cases of defective or faulty hernia mesh used to repair epigastric hernias and explain some legal options a victim or their loved ones may be able to use to get compensation and damages for the pain and suffering they have experienced.
In this blog post, I explain how allergic responses to hernia mesh occur, list the symptoms a victim may experience, and explain possible legal actions to receive damages and compensation for the pain and suffering a victim has experienced from hernia mesh complications.
Paul Miller discusses the link between defective hernia mesh and sepsis – a condition commonly referred to as “blood poisoning.”
In this blog post I examine some ways medical practitioners calculate the failure rates of hernia mesh, explain how some of these rates tend to worsen over time, and offer some information about what people experiencing painful complications can do.
In this blog post, we examine how complications from defective hernia mesh may require you to access long-term disability benefits.
In this blog post I discuss how defective hernia mesh can migrate within the human body, explain some of the damage this movement can cause, and note some of the legal remedies victims of defective mesh have available to them.
In this blog post I discuss the importance of learning about our condition and prospective surgery to help us to ask relevant, intelligent questions and become advocates for our own health.
In this blog post I ask the question, “What can you do if a procedure that was meant to help you leads to further complications?”