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Persistent Surgical Site Drainage
Bowel Paralysis
Abdominal Pain
Distended Abdomen
Fluid in Abdomen
Abdominal Abscess Formation
Intestinal or Bowel Perforation
Internal Fistulas
External Fistulas
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Peritonitis
Sepsis
Corrective Surgery
Date of surgery:
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Model of the Mesh used in your surgery:
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Please describe what your doctor has told you about these problems:

How much does a lawsuit cost? What are mesh patch symptoms?

Can I afford a hernia surgery damage lawyer? How much does a mesh patch lawsuit cost?
Am I at risk? I've had hernia repair surgery. How do I know if I have one of these recalled mesh patches?
How can something like this happen?
What are the symptoms associated with defective Mesh Patches?
Should I contact Davol if I am experiencing the above symptoms?
How do I know if I qualify for a hernia surgical patch lawsuit?

Can I afford a hernia surgery damage lawyer? How much does a mesh patch lawsuit cost?
Yes, you can afford a hernia surgery damage lawyer because there is no cost to you. If Monheit Law agrees to be retained, we take your case on a percentage contingency basis. If you don't win your medical device product negligence lawsuit, we don't get paid. We're motivated to win.

Am I at risk? I've had hernia repair surgery. How do I know if I have one of these recalled mesh patches?
Davol stated in its letter that the majority of patients with the Kugel Mesh Patch will still benefit from it and that the risk of removing the device is still greater than the risk associated with leaving the Mesh Patch in place. Doctors are advised to identify patients with the recalled Kugel Mesh Patches, inform them of the recall, determine if they have symptoms of a broken patch, and determine with each patient individually whether or not the Patch should be removed. In some cases, doctors can remove the broken ring while leaving the Kugel Mesh Patch itself in place.

How can something like this happen?
That's an excellent question. One which a law firm with a track record in product negligence can investigate.

What are the symptoms associated with these defective Mesh Patches?
Kugel Mesh Patch symptoms include unexplained or persistent abdominal pain, fever, tenderness at the implant site; bowel perforation symptoms such as severe abdominal pain intensified by movement, nausea and vomiting, fever and chills; bowel obstruction symptoms include abdominal pain and distention, vomiting, fecal vomiting, and constipation; or other unusual symptoms.

Should I contact Davol if I am experiencing the above symptoms?
No. You should contact your doctor immediately. S/he will file a report. You should also contact a law firm to determine whether or not you qualify for a hernia injury lawsuit.

How do I know if I qualify for a hernia surgical patch lawsuit?
It's difficult if not impossible to self-determine if you qualify for a hernia surgical patch lawsuit. The best, quickest, and easiest way to make that determination is to contact a law firm with a track record in medical device product negligence. That law firm is Monheit Law.

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