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Surgipro Mesh Lawsuits

investigating hernia mesh adverse outcomes & complications
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Defective hernia mesh products have injured thousands of patients in recent years, leading to long-term health issues and subsequent personal injury lawsuits. Patients implanted with Surgipro mesh products have reported injury and should contact an attorney. 

Recipients of hernia mesh implants that have experienced chronic pain, recurrent hernias, mesh migration, adhesions, fistula, bowel blockage and bowel perforation should contact a hernia mesh defect lawyer to discuss your legal options.

Medical Device companies like Covidien, Aspide, Atrium, Ethicon, Gore and Bard have all been named defendants in product liability lawsuits for marketing and distributing allegedly faulty hernia mesh implants.

If you have suffered from a Covidien Surgipro mesh injury dating back to 2005 to the present, you may have a viable case and could recover compensation through litigation.

Joe Lyon is a highly-rated Cincinnati, Ohio Medical Device Recall Attorney and Hernia Mesh Defect Lawyer investigating Covidien Surgipro injury cases for plaintiffs nationwide.

Covidien Surgipro Mesh Injury & Complications

Thousands of hernia mesh implant patients have reported injuries and complications to their doctor and the FDA adverse event database. Potential hernia mesh injuries may include:

  • Chronic Pain
  • Fistula
  • Bowel Blockage
  • Bowel Perforation
  • Mesh Migration
  • Adhesions
  • Severe Inflammatory Response
  • Recurrent Hernia

Defective Hernia Mesh Implants

Large medical companies have sold millions of mesh products, and many have helped patients return to a better quality of life. However, when their products are defective, those affected can contact a hernia mesh attorney and file product liability lawsuits and seek a settlement for their injuries, pain and suffering and long-term disability. Companies that have reportedly produced recalled hernia mesh devices include:

  • Bard
  • Aspide
  • Atrium
  • Ethicon
  • Gore
  • Covidien

Surgipro Hernia Mesh Settlement

The Lyon Firm is dedicated to representing injured hernia mesh implant patients when product defects are found to be the cause of an injury. We have the resources to engage large medical device companies and work with industry experts to build the strongest case possible.

If you have suffered a Surgipro mesh injury from 2005 until the present, including chronic pain, bowel blockage, organ perforation, bleeding, mesh migration, or revision surgery, contact The Lyon Firm to weigh your legal options.


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Joseph Lyon has 17 years of experience representing individuals in complex litigation matters. He has represented individuals in every state against many of the largest companies in the world.

The Firm focuses on single-event civil cases and class actions involving corporate neglect & fraud, toxic exposure, product defects & recalls, medical malpractice, and invasion of privacy.


The Firm offers contingency fees, advancing all costs of the litigation, and accepting the full financial risk, allowing our clients full access to the legal system while reducing the financial stress while they focus on their healthcare and financial needs.

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A Voice for Those who have suffered

Why are these cases important?

Defective medical device litigation helps to improve patient safety and holds medical device companies accountable when defective products injure plaintiffs and clients.


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Questions about Surgipro Mesh Litigation

Can I file a hernia mesh lawsuit?

Attorneys claim several hernia mesh devices were not properly tested before they were marketed and distributed as safe medical instruments.

The companies currently face thousands of pending hernia mesh injury lawsuits. If you have had surgery to treat a hernia using a device and you experience any signs or symptoms of recurrence of the hernia, please consult with a medical and legal expert. The Lyon Firm has experience litigating cases against medical device manufacturers.

Attorneys contend that some hernia mesh devices are not properly tested before they are distributed to the public as safe products. Device companies like Gore, Aspide, Ethicon, Bard, Covidien and Atrium have settled hundreds of lawsuits and currently face countless more injury claims.

If you are unsure about the mesh manufacturer and product used in your surgery and have questions about your hernia repair, contact your Ohio surgeon to obtain medical records. Contact a Cincinnati hernia mesh lawyer to discuss potential hernia mesh injury lawsuits and settlement.

What hernia mesh products have allegedly caused injury?
  • Gore DualMesh
  • Aspide Surgimesh
  • Ethicon
  • Physiomesh
  • Proceed
  • Prolene
  • Covidien 
  • Parietex
  • Parietene
  • Permacol
  • Surgipro
  • Atrium
  • C-Qur
  • ProLoop
  • Bard/ Davol
  • Visilex
  • Composix
  • Marlex
  • Ventralight
  • Spermatex
  • 3D Max
  • Sepramesh
  • PerFix Plug
  • Ventralex
  • Kugel
How common is hernia recurrence?

Regardless of treatment, hernias have a high rate of recurrence, and surgeons often use surgical mesh to strengthen the hernia repair recurrence rate. The use of meshes is thought to reduce dramatically the incidence of hernia recurrence.

However, up to 50 percent of hernias may reoccur with an implanted device. This is commonly due to inadequate fixation during the original operation or shrinkage of the mesh. Light-weight meshes may have a higher risk due to their increased flexibility and movement.

Two-thirds of recurrences occur after three years. It is not clear if the type of mesh used has any effect on durability. All mesh products appear equally limited in effectiveness.


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