If you’ve been injured as a result of hernia mesh surgery, you may be entitled to compensation from the manufacturer (if the hernia mesh was defective) or the physician (if the complications resulted from a medical mistake). Read on to learn more about potential hernia mesh complications, treatment, and the amount of compensation you may be eligible to receive.
Overlook these details, and your SSD application will be one of the 66% that are denied. You can increase the chance that your application is approved at the initial stage by avoiding these common mistakes.
One of the first questions a person who has filed, or is considering filing, a hernia mesh lawsuit usually asks is: How much is my hernia mesh case worth, and how long will it take to get compensated for my injuries? Numerous factors can affect the final compensation package, see how.
Whether you can receive retirement and SSDI benefits depends on what you mean by “retirement”. For SSDI purposes, retirement means benefits paid through the SSA. Yet Social Security retirement benefits are not always the only benefit people receive when they retire. Pensions or 401(k) plans through an employer also pay benefits at retirement. While many people generically refer to each of these as “retirement” benefits, for purposes of receiving both SSDI and retirement benefits, they are very different.
Unfortunately, injuries following insertion of a hernia mesh are common. If you have any adverse reactions following hernia mesh surgery, it is best to reach out to an experienced hernia mesh attorney right away. See what information is needed to help evaluate your case.
If you have undergone hernia surgery and experience chronic pain or other long-term complications from the hernia mesh, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. With more than 30 years of experience, our hernia mesh attorneys can help evaluate your case to determine whether you can recover financial compensation for your injuries.
Our website includes a searchable database that lets you check the approval and denial rating of every ALJ in the country. Although there is no guarantee that your application will be approved, knowing the ALJ’s approval rating before the hearing can help you (or your disability attorney, if you hire one) better strategize how to present your case.
Here are the 4 most common ways to win an SSD and SSI case due to a Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF) leak. If you or a loved one is suffering from a CSF leak and has questions about navigating the Social Security process we can help.
We recently added to our website a very helpful section entitled Judge Search. The main reason to search your judge is to see what percentage of the time your judge issues favorable decisions. The current national average for favorable decisions is 44%.
For most disability applicants, an administrative appeal is their first real chance at having their disability application approved. See who must be present at a disability hearing and what specific role each person has to play. Understanding that can help alleviate your fears.