Speak to a surgical mesh law firm today about your unique case if Atrium Medical’s C-Qur™ mesh was used in your surgery and you subsequently suffered an injury.
Most surgical mesh is used during surgery to reinforce an internal organ, reconstruct a chest wall, or even treat pelvic organ prolapse in women. The most common surgery that surgical mesh is used for is a hernia repair. The woven material is typically made out of biological or synthetic materials. Popular types of synthetic and biological material that are commonly used are polypropylene, polytetrafluoroethylene, polyester fibers, and stainless steel. These materials come in many different shapes and sizes to best fit the surgical need. Atrium Medical was founded in 1981 and is the manufacturer of C-Qur™ mesh. C-Qur mesh is designed for hernia repair, among several other medical uses, and is made of polypropylene. This specific mesh has also been linked to infection.
How can a surgical mesh law firm help me if I have already gotten an infection from surgical mesh?
A knowledgeable, experienced attorney at a surgical mesh law firm, like the Hollis Law Firm, can determine if your case is viable for compensation. Many patients who are experiencing or have experienced infection after use of the C-Qur mesh are looking for a surgical mesh law firm to help them or their loved ones determine if their situation qualifies them for compensation.
At the Hollis Law Firm, there is a team of experienced surgical mesh lawyers ready to help answer your questions. The Hollis Law Firm is a surgical mesh law firm with experience in aiding those who have fallen victim to infection due to Atrium Medical’s C-Qur surgical mesh. Here at the Hollis Law Firm, we represent our clients on a contingent fee basis. Our clients are only responsible for attorney fees if we obtain a verdict or settlement. To contact a helpful and knowledgeable surgical mesh law firm, call 1-800-701-3672 or fill the form out on this page for a free case evaluation. Please note that a free confidential case evaluation does not constitute an official attorney-client relationship.
The Hollis Law Firm is now reviewing all hernia mesh lawsuits.