Bard 3DMax Product Lawsuits
The 3Dmax hernia mesh was developed by Davol, a subsidiary company of Bard. 3Dmax hernia mesh is most commonly used on men to repair hernias in the groin area. A 3DMax defective product can erode into the spermatic cord causing severe pain and needless suffering. It can also lead to sexual dysfunction in men. In the most extreme cases, when this defective product is removed, it could require the complete removal of the testicle.
The 3DMax was designed to fit the inguinal canal which required the product to be curved and cupped. This very design advantage could be the down-fall of the product. It has been reported that the polypropylene material shrinks over a period of time and begins to fold over causing the product to fail. This is the most common failure of the 3DMax hernia mesh product.
The polypropylene material used to make the 3DMax hernia mesh is a low quality plastic which is know for premature failures. When the 3DMax material breaks down it can cut into the spermatic cord causing tremendous pain and may require the removal of a patients testicle.
Symptoms & Risks
Here are some of the most common 3DMax injuries that we have observed:
- Wounds Not Healing
- Bowel Perforation/Obstruction
- Abdominal Pain
- Testicular Pain
- Testicle Removal
- Inability to Walk
- Unexplained Rash
- Follow-up Surgeries
- Possible Death
Lawsuits for 3DMax Defective Product
Due to the reported defects in the 3DMax product, there has been a flood of defective product lawsuits filed on behalf of the victims. These hernia mesh defective product lawsuits claim that Bard and it’s subsidiary company did not fully warn the public about the possible side-affects when using this product. We have already seen damage awards in one lawsuit in excess of $1.4 million with many more lawsuits awaiting trial.
Davol, the subsidiary, submitted a summary of findings to the FDA, which suggested that their products were safe. However complications have arisen to suggest otherwise. We want to help see if you have a claim.
How Do I Know If I Qualify for a 3DMax Lawsuit?
The injuredGo.com Law Firm is currently investigating the 3DMax hernia mesh lawsuits connected with the defective product and can help you determine if you qualify. If you, a friend or family member has suffered hernia mesh complications, request a free consultation and claim evaluation. You can call the injuredGo.com Law Firm at 1-225-933-1500 or email us. These cases do have a statute of limitations, or deadline by which any 3DMax lawsuit must be filed, so it is important to review any potential claims as early as possible to make sure that your legal rights are protected.
A Baton Rouge Personal Injury Attorney Can Help
If you have or think you might have a 3DMax Bard Inguinal Hernia Repair Mesh, and its causing complications, we want to help. Contact us to learn more about your options and what to expect from your case. You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and damages. One way to ensure that you are being treated fairly by the insurance company is to have a legal team on your side. The injuredGo.com Law Firm, LLC wants to help you! Call today for a free telephone or in-person consultation.
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