Hernia patch class action lawsuits are the result of a recall for defective hernia mesh patches used to repair Ventral hernias. Also known as the Kugel Hernia Patch class action suit, the class action settlement involves multiple confirmed cases of serious intestinal conditions due to defective memory rings in the patches that failed following repair surgery. The injury attorneys/lawyers at Nadrich Law can research the detailed information needed to file your class action settlement case.
The manufacturer of the patches with the defective memory rings is Davol, Inc., a subsidiary of C.R. Bard, Inc. Memory rings are used in hernia repair surgery where stomach muscles are too thin to stitch back together. Upon receiving notification from the FDA in March of 2006, the company recalled all patches bearing specified product codes and lot numbers. Patients have subsequently sought damages through the Kugel Hernia Patch class action suits.
Your health may be at severe risk, and your life disrupted if you have been implanted with a defective Bard Composix Kugel Patch. Consult our injury attorneys/lawyers for information regarding defective hernia mesh patches if you have experienced the following symptoms following hernia repair surgery; you may be eligible to join the hernia patch class action lawsuit:
· Unexplained abdominal pain
Hernia patch class action lawsuits and/or Kugel Hernia Patch class action suits for recalled defective hernia mesh patches are complex cases requiring skillful lawyers who understand the trauma of personal injury suits. If you or someone in your family has suffered health problems after hernia repair surgery involving a defective memory ring, consult a Nadrich Law injury attorney for more information on how to protect your legal rights by obtaining the compensation you deserve in a recall class action settlement.
· Tenderness at the surgery implant site