Hernia Mesh

Hernias can be exceedingly painful. When someone has a hernia, the tissue walls that hold internal organs in place, have weakened allowing an organ or portion of an organ to become displaced into another body cavity.

Many of the world’s largest manufacturers of medical devices and pharmaceuticals have manufactured hernia mesh products intended to strengthen the walls of internal tissues that typically hold our internal organs in place. Unfortunately, the application of these hernia mesh products have proven problematic, to say the least. Hernia mesh products have been recalled or are failing at rates higher than expected. The failures are causing men and women to undergo additional surgeries, infections, bowel obstructions, organ damage, scar tissue and chronic pain. Thousands of hernia mesh lawsuits have been filed across the nation.


If you or a loved one has been harmed by a hernia mesh, our team of Attorneys can help. Contact Catania & Catania, P.A. for a free case evaluation now.


Catania & Catania, P.A. is handling hernia mesh lawsuits involving the following products and manufacturers:

  • Atrium (manufactured by Atrium Medical Corporation)
  • Bard Davol (Visilex, Supramesh, Perfix Plug, Kugel, Composix, Compisix EX, 3dMax
  • Ethicon Physiomesh Recalled (manufactured by Ethicon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson)
  • Covidien/Medtronic (Parietex, Parietex ProGrip, Parietex Composite Ventral Patch, Parietex Parastomal Mesh, Parietex Optimized Composite Mesh (PCO), and Symbotex Composite Mesh)