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Experienced Hernia Mesh Attorneys

Defective Devices / August 31, 2015

Learn more about hernia mesh claims and consider speaking to the experienced hernia mesh attorneys at the Hollis Law Firm about your potential case

When a patient requires hernia open repair surgery, a doctor may choose to use a surgical mesh in order to increase the strength of the repair and significantly reduce the patient’s risk of a recurring hernia. Over the last decade, repairing hernias with mesh has become increasingly popular and it is estimated by the FDA that about 90% of hernia repairs are performed with the use of a surgical mesh. Hernia mesh is a medical device which is designed to provide additional support to the weakened or damaged tissue and can be made from synthetic materials, animal tissue, or a combination of the two. Along with the increased use of surgical mesh came reports of complications associated with these devices. Reports from Atrium Medical’s C-Qur™ Mesh have noted that the device has been causing instances of severe side effects leading to hospitalization and even death in extreme cases. Patients are seeking experienced hernia mesh attorneys at the Hollis Law Firm to find recovery for their losses as a result of using C-Qur Mesh.

Why are patients seeking hernia mesh attorneys?

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Atrium Medical’s C-Qur Mesh has been approved for use in hernia repair, chest wall reconstruction, traumatic or surgical wounds, and other surgical intervention procedures. Some patients who received C-Qur Mesh are now reaching out to the Hollis Law Firm’s experienced hernia mesh attorneys after experiencing several of the following symptoms: severe pain, infection at surgical site, bowel perforation or obstruction, inflammation, sepsis, and more.

The Hollis Law Firm has now filed several C-Qur hernia mesh lawsuits nationwide. The JPML will decide if a C-Qur MDL will be granted on December 1, 2016.


The Hollis Law Firm has now also started filing lawsuits against Ethicon, the manufacturer of the Physiomesh. The Physiomesh is made of polypropylene covered with an absorbable material that is similar to the C-Qur hernia mesh.

The Hollis Law Firm’s experienced hernia mesh attorneys have experience in helping those who have suffered as a result of a defective medical device. It may be in your best interest to speak to an attorney about your unique situation to help you determine if you have a claim against the manufacturer of C-Qur Mesh. Simply fill out and submit the contact form on this page or call (800) 701-3672 to speak with the experienced hernia mesh attorneys at the Hollis Law Firm. Now reviewing all potential hernia mesh lawsuits.