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Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys Now Reviews Cases Related to Hernia Mesh Complications

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Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys now accepts surgical hernia mesh complication cases for review.

I just want those who have been harmed by a hernia mesh complication to know my team is here for them. We are prepared to fight to get them any compensation they may deserve.”
— Glen Lerner, ESQ.

LAS VEGAS, NV, UNITED STATES, September 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Hernia repair is one of the most common surgical procedures performed in the U.S. each year. In fact, over one million people are said to undergo hernia repair surgery annually. (Source: fda.gov) Consequently, a significant number of people claim to have been harmed due to a hernia mesh complication after surgery. For those seeking legal assistance, the law offices of Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys are now accepting these types of cases for review. Those injured may be due substantial compensation for their pain, suffering and other damages.

Injuries Caused by Hernia Mesh Products

Hernias occur when an organ (or fatty tissue) pushes through the muscles that keep them in place. Thus, pain is common and doctor’s visits are critical. Doctors perform various repairs to fix the hernia.

However, complications resulting from hernia mesh surgery are now so common that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued multiple public safety notices and investigations about the risks that hernia mesh products may cause.

Common injuries reported to the Administration include punctured intestines, abdominal tears, severe pelvic pain, infection, recurrence, adhesion, obstruction, and perforation.
As a result, those suffering from a defective hernia mesh may need to undergo further surgical procedures to fix what went wrong. If so, a patient would need to take additional time off work and face additional medical expenses, medication and follow-up treatments.

Attorney Glen Lerner makes it a point to look after those who may suffer from a defective product,”In my business I see a lot of people that are unfairly harmed by the negligence of others. For instance, those who undergo a surgery to fix a medical condition only to later suffer additionally from complications caused by a defective product. I just want those who have been harmed by a hernia mesh complication to know my team is here for them. We will listen to their story and are prepared to fight to get them any compensation they may deserve.”

About Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys

Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys began helping people with personal injury and dangerous drugs claims in Nevada 25 years ago. Over the past two decades, Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys has grown into one of the largest plaintiff’s personal injury law firms in the country, with over 40 attorneys and nearly three hundred employees located in Nevada, Arizona, California, Washington, Illinois and Indiana. Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys also have relationships and associations with attorneys across the country. These attorneys can also help those hurt outside of states where the firm practices. The firm also assists with social security claims and dangerous product lawsuits nationally, and represents criminal defense cases in Arizona.

Follow the law firm on Twitter (twitter.com/glenlerner) and like their Facebook page (facebook.com/glenlernerinjuryattorneys) for current updates regarding legal topics and their community involvement and contributions.


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Jim Rolshouse
Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys
952-200-3129
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