Hernia Mesh Contracts

If your firm is involved in the hernia mesh litigation, Atraxia Media is here to help.

Our team of marketing and case intake experts designs and delivers marketing strategies and solutions tailored to the specific needs of your firm. If you are going after hernia mesh cases, we can assist you with claimant contact - in house call screening and intake services - and marketing expertise.

Atraxia Media can help your firm with hernia mesh and any other medical device cases.

Current signed contract costs: $1000 - $1200 ***subject to change

Hernia Mesh Facts & History Information

Several different types of hernia mesh made by various manufacturers have been proven to have defects that could cause severe and life-threatening problems after hernia surgery.

Hernia mesh litigation is the subject of 3 manufacturer-specific MDLs and also coordinated state proceedings. Nearly 5,000 lawsuits have been filed and that number will continue to climb in the future.


Location: Ohio

Presiding Judges

  • Edmund A. Sargus, Jr.
  • Kimberly A. Jolson

Plaintiffs' Co-Lead Counsels

  • Timothy M. O'Brien
  • Kelsey L. Stokes

Plaintiffs' Liaison Counsel: David John Butler


  • C.R. Bard, Inc.
  • Davol, Inc.

Executive Committee

  • Troy A. Brenes of Brenes Law Group, P.C. in California
  • David R. Buchanan of Seeger Weiss, LLP in New Jersey
  • Michael A. London, Chair of Douglas & London, P.C. in New York
  • C. Brett Vaughn of The Hollis Law Firm, P.A. in Kansas

Steering Committee

  • Steven Charles Babin, Jr. of Babin Law, LLC in Ohio
  • Michael C. Bradley of Pittman, Dutton & Hellums, P.C. in Alabama
  • Roger Denton of Denton Law Firm in Florida
  • Nicholas R. Farnolo of Napoli Shkolnik PLLC in New York
  • Andrea Giovannone of Dalimonte Rueb, LLP in Washington, D.C.
  • Lauren E. Godshall of Morris Bart, LLC in Los Angeles
  • Robert L. Kinsman of Krause & Kinsman Law Firm in Missouri
  • Howard L. Nations of Nations Law Firm in Texas


  • 3D Max
  • 3D Max-Lite
  • Composix
  • Composix E/X
  • Composix Kugel (discontinued in 2012 after the first MDL)
  • Composix L/P
  • Kugel Patch
  • Marlex (AKA Flat Mesh; Bard Mesh)
  • Perfix Plug
  • Perfix Light Plug
  • Pre-shaped Mesh
  • Spermatex
  • Sepramesh
  • Ventralex
  • Ventralex ST
  • Ventralight
  • Ventrio
  • Ventrio ST
  • Visilex

Plaintiff Allegations

The suits seek compensation for personal injury suffered following the insertion of one of the products mentioned above and for failure of the manufacturer to warn of the dangerous side-effects the insertion of such devices in the body can lead to.


Location: New Hampshire

Presiding Judge: Landya B. McCafferty

Plaintiffs: nearly 500 cases pending

Defendant: Atrium Medical Corp.

Product: C-QUR mesh

Plaintiff Allegations

The plaintiffs seek compensation for personal injury such as bowel obstruction which occurred following the insertion of the C-QUR mesh and for failure of the manufacturer to warn of these life-threatening side-effects.


The first trial is set to take place on February 19, 2020.


Location: Georgia

Presiding Judge: Richard W. Story

Plaintiffs' Co-Lead Counsels

  • Henry G Garrard, III of Blasingame, Burch, Garrard & Ashley, P.C. in Georgia
  • Donald A. Migliori of Motley Rice LLC in South Carolina

Plaintiffs' Liaison Counsel: Henry G Garrard, III of Blasingame, Burch, Garrard & Ashley, P.C. in Georgia

Steering Committee

  • Henry G Garrard, III of Blasingame, Burch, Garrard & Ashley, P.C. in Georgia
  • Karen Beyea-Schroeder of Burnett Law Firm in Texas
  • Shelly A. Sanford of Watts Guerra LLP in Texas
  • C. Andrew Childers of Childers, Schlueter & Smith, LLC in Georgia
  • Aimee H. Wagstaff of Andrus Wagstaff, P.C. in Colorado
  • Jayne Conroy of Simmons Hanly Conroy in New York
  • Donald A. Migliori of Motley Rice LLC in South Carolina
  • Richard A. Freese of Freese & Goss, PLLC in Alabama
  • Richard W. Schulte of Wright & Schulte, LLC in Ohio
  • Douglass A. Kreis of Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis & Overholtz, PLLC in Florida
  • Peter Samberg of Weitz & Luxenberg, LLC in New York
  • Jon C. Conlin of Cory Watson, P.C. in Alabama

Defendant: Ethicon, Inc.

Product: PHYSIOMESH' Flexible Composite Mesh

Plaintiff Allegations

The plaintiffs request financial compensation for personal injury caused by the PHYSIOMESH' Flexible Composite Mesh, such as hernia recurrence, bowel obstruction and sepsis, and for failure of the manufacturer to warn of the dangerous complications their device can cause.

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