Riley Williams & Piatt, LLC IVC Filters & Hernia Mesh Attorneys in Indianapolis

IVC Filters & Hernia Mesh Attorneys in Indianapolis

Representing Victims of Defective Medical Devices

Have you been injured as a result of a defective medical device used during surgery or the treatment of a medical issue? At Riley Williams & Piatt, LLC, we are investigating and actively accepting claims for injuries caused by hernia mesh and IVC filters. Although these products were created with the intention to help with medical procedures and to help prevent further problems, they can lead to serious and life-altering injuries and side effects.

Reach out to our Indianapolis defective product attorneys at (317) 593-2467 to schedule a complimentary case consultation.

What Is Hernia Mesh?

Hernia mesh (also known as a patch or screen) is a medical device which is used after hernia surgery. The intention of this product is to help the patient recover and reduce or prevent the recurrence of a hernia. However, not everyone is so lucky and many patients suffer complications as a result of defective hernia mesh. You may have grounds to file a hernia mesh lawsuit with the help of our law firm.

A few of the problems which may arise from defective hernia mesh include:

  • Severe infections
  • Abscess growth
  • Organ obstruction
  • Organ perforation
  • Fistulas
  • Bowel obstructions
  • Scar tissue
  • Chronic pain

Were You Injured by an IVC Filter?

IVC filters are used to help prevent blood clots from entering your bloodstream into your lungs, leading to pulmonary embolisms. They are placed in the inferior vena cava of patients who are at a high risk for large blood clots. Sadly, these devices are known for having a high risk of failure, leading to serious complications. The complications associated with a failure of an IVC filter include punctured blood vessels, pulmonary embolisms, respiratory distress, hematoma, and internal bleeding.

Schedule a Case Consultation Today

If you or someone you love are suffering as a result of IVC filter or hernia mesh complications, we are here to help. We are committed to seeking damages for medical expenses, pain and suffering, wage loss, and punitive damages.

Consultations with our Indianapolis defective medical device attorneys are free. Contact us now to schedule an appointment with a caring lawyer from our team.

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