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Medical Malpractice/inigual hernia surgery gone bad


Rick wrote at 2013-07-21 06:57:57
I had the same thing same pain after surgery and.also saw 2nd opinion surgeon and was told that a nerve may have been stiched into the mesh.but removing the mesh would cause more problems. He referred me to pain management. I am now at a stand still, I did see an add on TV about a class action. Keep an eye on this thread and I will get more info.

Nowhere Man wrote at 2014-02-01 06:33:11
I had hernia surgery also and was told they used mesh.i had excruciating pain after surgery.its been about ten years now and still pain and now pins and needles.

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Glenn A. Dorfman


Thirty-four years experience in personal injury, medical malpractice and medical product liability law. Qualified to answer all questions regarding injuries and the law, except for worker`s compensation. Also wide experience in medical product defect cases ie current litigation regarding the Johnson&Johnson (DePuy)defective hip implant cases and Mirena IUD issues


Thirty-four years experience handling cases involving auto accidents, trips and fall, fires, dog bite,medical malpractice and defective medical product cases with particular emphasis in 2012 and beyond with the DePuy ASR (Johnson&Johnson) defective hip implant cases. Twenty-five years of experience with defective IUD issues as well

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