Ethicon Physiomesh Injury, Infection Lawsuits on the rise
Polypropylene is the same material that Ethicon used to make their transvaginal mesh and bladder slings.
Ethicon is exposed to thousands of lawsuits over its polypropylene transvaginal mesh and bladder slings.
Ethicon added an absorbable film coating …
Clearly the geniuses over at Ethicon didn’t learn their lesson about not using polypropylene mesh in the human body when it was sued for billions of dollars regarding their failed Ethicon transvaginal mesh.
I say “clearly” because they are at it again; this time with polypropylene hernia mesh. Since the hernia mesh can have the same horrific side effects as the vaginal mesh including erosion into nearby bowel and other organs, you’d think that any sane, rational, thinking person working over at J&J / Ethicon would have realized it was a bad idea and said something.
But I guess not, because they went ahead and took it to market. And, no surprise, they’re being sued again. SHOCKER.
While it is currently too early in the case for TriMark Legal Funding LLC to offer funding on the Ethicon Physiomesh hernia patch, you can bet that it is definitely something we will be keeping a close eye on for future lawsuit funding potential.
A Tangle of Hernia Mesh Complaints
Knowing you have surgical abdominal mesh in your body that has been recalled is unnerving, to say the least.
Even worse, and for many people, suffering pain and infection long after the mesh has been withdrawn or recalled from the market …
Physiomesh Lawsuit Alleges Ethicon, Inc. Marketed Defective Hernia Mesh Patch
A Florida woman is pursuing a new hernia mesh lawsuit after sustaining serious injuries she claims were the result of an allegedly defective Physiomesh Composite mesh patch manufactured by Ethicon, Inc.