Did you know that some people suffer chronic mesh pain that doesn’t go away for several years?
Did you also know that there have been thousands of lawsuits against against hernia mesh manufacturers?
What about the fact that 90% of all hernia cases in recent years have been treated with hernia mesh?
Yup, we’re dropping some serious facts today because hernia mesh pain is no joke.
If you’re the recipient of a hernia mesh implant and consequently suffered complications because of it, you may be entitled to compensation. Whether it’s against the company that manufactured the mesh, or the surgeon who inserted it, you may have a reason to file a hernia mesh lawsuit. Our lawyers are experienced in handling cases that involved faulty, defective medical devices.
We know you’ve got questions. Keep reading below to learn more about hernia mesh failures.
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Did you know that between 40,000 and 80,000 deaths occur each year, in the U.S. alone, because of a misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis? And this isn’t counting all the cases that go unreported. We’ll give you a minute to let that sink in.
Almost 10 million people will die from cancer this year. It is the cause of death for one in every six people. Cancer is scary. Just the name itself evokes a fear for many people. Thanks to evolving technology it can be a treatable and curable disease, especially when detected early. But what happens if a healthcare provider fails to diagnose cancer. Or misdiagnose it?
Continue reading Cancer Misdiagnosis Can Change Your Life
The brain is responsible for handling our thoughts, movements, memories, imagination, and emotions, among countless other things. You know, all of the characteristics that help define us as unique human beings.
Being the epicenter of operations, it’s easy to see why the brain is sometimes referred to as the “Crown Jewel” of the body. Because the brain really is that important. And that brings us to the point of this article, which is to discuss traumatic brain injuries that occur because of medical malpractice and negligence.
Did you realize that medical malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the United States? With 2.8 million Americans suffering a brain injury each year, it makes you wonder how many occur within a hospital setting.
Continue reading Brain Injury Lawsuits & How Physicians Can Do Better
It takes bravery to try and change your life, especially when that bravery involves a major surgery such as a spinal fusion.
Let us introduce you to Talia Goldenberg,
a brave young woman who was looking for a better life. At only 23 years old, Talia had an extremely bright future ahead of her. She was smart, beautiful, and had a special artistic ability. But she was also in pain. To help reduce the symptoms of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, she sought the help of a surgeon.
But little did she know, that her surgeon was known for rushing from surgery to surgery. How could she have known?
Continue reading Failed Spinal Fusions: Disastrous Effects & Lawsuits
The world is imperfect, and so are the people who live in it. No matter how long a doctor attended medical school or how much money they spent to become a leading expert in their field, mistakes happen. Unfortunately, botched surgical work is a very real concern. Many have suffered from treatments that have gone wrong. This is sometimes due to a blind trust in the, “Doctor knows best” theory. As a society, patients believe medical professionals are all-knowing and can do no wrong.
When you think of medical malpractice, your immediate thoughts may be understaffed doctor’s offices or busy hospital emergency rooms. And you would be correct. But some of the most overlooked malpractice suits come from the field of dentistry. For many who have experienced injuries by the hand of their dentist, they feel stuck in a grey area. Often ending up in a state of shock and uncertainty. Not knowing how to go about assessing the damage and the need for legal action. Continue reading Could You Have A Lingual Nerve Damage Lawsuit?
“It’s all in your head.”
“You’re too young to be having those symptoms.”
“There isn’t anything else we can do for you.”
“It’s just stress.”
If you’ve heard those words (or similar) from your doctor, you’re probably frustrated and looking for answers. You may even be wondering, “Can I sue my doctor for not helping me?”
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