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The problems you are experiencing may have nothing to do with the prescribed procedure, the skill of your surgeon or your dedication to rehabilitation. Numerous hernia patients right here in Minnesota and around the country have experienced complications as a result of defective hernia mesh products and reported their issues to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
You have options if the surgery you sought out to fix your hernia problems has left you with additional complications and pain. Throughout Minnesota, you can turn to the dedicated injury lawyers of Nicolet Law Firm for skilled representation. They will take on the insurance companies and make sure the manufacturers of defective hernia mesh are held accountable for your medical bills, pain and suffering, lost earnings and other damages.
Begin the road to recovery today. Call us toll-free at 1-855-NICOLET for a free, no-risk, no-obligation consultation.
We have hernia mesh lawyers in Minnesota at the following office locations:
A knowledgeable personal injury lawyer can make the final determination on the viability of your claim, but if you have experienced the following, you have an increased likelihood of qualifying for financial compensation for your damages:
If some or all sound familiar to you, it’s in your best interest to discuss your situation with an experienced personal injury lawyer from our firm.
There are some telltale signs that defective hernia mesh is causing problems in your body, including:
Ongoing pain in the area of your surgery is always cause for concern. “Give it some time” is easy for your doctor to say when they are not the one dealing with the pain and anguish on a daily basis. Giving it too much time can result in losing your opportunity to be compensated for what you have gone through as a result of defective hernia mesh. “Give it more time” is in the interest of those responsible, not in your best interest.
The defective hernia mesh that has led to FDA reports and lawsuits in Minnesota and throughout the nation was used in surgeries as early as the mid-2000s. If your original surgery or follow-up operations took place in that time frame, your symptoms may be the result of defective hernia mesh. You deserve to be compensated for your pain and suffering, medical costs, lost wages and other damages you have suffered as a result of this defective medical product.
The first step toward the outcome you deserve is as simple as a phone call. Call us toll-free at 1-855-NICOLET or send us an email to arrange a free, no-risk consultation with our Minnesota personal injury lawyers.