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Hernia Mesh Was Supposed to Help Your Health, Not Make It Worse

Patients Who Required Extra Surgeries to Remove Mesh Are Taking Action Now.

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Patients implanted with hernia mesh after 2005 and needed extra surgeries to remove or “fix” hernia mesh problems may have powerful legal options. Contact us to learn more.

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Hernia Mesh Revision. Removal. Revisal. Whatever – I Had to Get the Mesh Out!

If you were implanted with hernia mesh after 2005 and later needed to have the mesh taken out, you may have a unique opportunity to stand up to powerful pharma and say that what happened to you and others was not right. 

Hernia mesh was supposed to help you regain your health and recover from a painful hernia. It wasn’t supposed to make your health worse or force you to undergo even more expensive (not to mention painful!) surgeries to take the mesh out after it failed (or caused on infection or broke apart and moved through your body or some other super scary sounding thing.)

Contact us today to learn about how you may be able to take powerful legal action that can help protect others from being implanted with potentially dangerous medical products, like hernia mesh. (And, well, also possibly receive monetary compensation as part of the lawsuit.)

We Are Working With All Patients Harmed By Hernia Mesh. It’s What We Do.

Our name is a tribute and call to action to American women who stand up every day for their sisters and their families. But just because we’re called “A Case for Women” doesn’t mean we don’t work with men. The truth is we especially need men to stand up, so many were irreparably hurt, and their standing up will play a big part in making this right.

If you or someone you love was hurt by hernia mesh please reach out to us, no matter who or what they are, we need all of us to make an impact!





(We’ve literally had enough.)

The pharmaceutical drugs and devices we rely on often carry a dirty little secret — they may not be as safe as we think they are. Even worse, they may not be as safe as our doctors think they are — or as safe as their “studies” tend to claim. Welcome to 21st Century health care, where doctors and patients rely on the mega profit-driven pharma industry to tell the truth about their products, and the regulating party (FDA) is so seriously underfunded that oversight is limited. The bad news is that many types of hernia mesh are still on the market and being implanted in women and men every day. The good news is that WE’VE HAD IT — and we’re taking action!

We have a particular soft spot for anyone who wasn’t even told what was being put into his or her body (surgical mesh) or how it could affect them. You have every right to know what’s being put in your body… and why. That’s why we’re helping women and men take back their power through legal action against the companies that made harmful mesh.

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It will take all
of us to get out
of this mess with mesh.

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Everything at Stake

Moms at Risk

Fact: Birthing a child should be an Olympic sport. It’s a massive physical feat, and it takes its toll, including potentially causing a variety of hernias. Pretty much the last thing new moms need is a hernia mesh device gone wrong. Sadly, so many moms were implanted with hernia mesh during a C-section or follow-up postpartum surgeries. Imagine being told, “I’m going to fix this potential hernia,” right when you’re going into labor. Extra maddening? Sometimes the mesh used was not even properly cut to fit a women’s frame. Maddening, but not surprising: Dangerous pharma has a long history of hurting women most.

Men at Risk

From roofers to construction to postal workers. From people with chronic coughs to people with cystic fibrosis. Hernias do not discriminate — though men are eight times more likely to develop an “inguinal” (groin) hernia than are women. That may translate to more men getting hernia mesh, and having their lives – and the lives of their families – torn apart.

About That Mesh

Hernia mesh is a code word for surgical mesh, a type of mesh that is used in all types of body parts. When some women went to the doctor saying, “I for sure don’t want transvaginal mesh!,” they may have been reassured that the mesh being used was different. That’s not necessarily true – it’s much more like same mesh, different body part.

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