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What types of defenses are available to me? I apply many defenses in foreclosure actions. Never attempt to represent yourself in a foreclosure law suit, you should only hire an experienced attorney that is well equipped and has years of experience at the trial and appellate court levels to handle your foreclosure action. A few…

Hundreds of thousands of hernia surgeries are performed in the United States each year. Many of these operations go off without a hitch. They are usually performed as same day surgery as many of these procedures are done laparoscopically. Most patients return to work with limited restrictions within days. Some are not so lucky. Thousands…

A hernia can occur when tissue or an organ pushes through a weak spot in the abdominal wall or other tissue. There are a number of causes such as lifting heavy objects, obesity, straining, and pregnancy.  Hernias can also be present at birth. There are different types of hernias.  The most common include: Inguinal –…

Inguinal hernias are the most common type of hernia. Two thirds of all hernias are this type. They occur in the lower abdomen in the inguinal canal. Most inguinal hernias are experienced by men. Women are generally protected from getting this type of hernia because of abdominal anatomy. The uterus is located just behind the…

In the United States, hundreds of thousands of patients receive some form of surgical mesh. One of the common forms of this mesh is for a hernia. If you were treated for a hernia, it’s more than likely that your surgeon made use of surgical mesh. But there is one sobering reality about this medical device: Hernia…

Hernia pain is excruciating and often interferes with daily activities, including mood and the ability to concentrate. If you’ve recently had hernia mesh device implanted to relieve your suffering, but are now experiencing side effects, a lack of proper pre-op treatment could be the cause. Knowing what your doctor should have done in pre-op can help you determine…

An inguinal hernia diagnosis is often life-threatening. If you have an incarcerated hernia, a hernia surrounded by the intestines, you may have the privilege of scheduling your surgery at a time that is convenient for you. However, a strangulated hernia, a condition in which the blood supply cuts off, requires immediate surgery. In both cases, a mesh…

Complications from surgery aren’t always a random occurrence. Often, issues are traceable to varying degrees of negligence on the part of surgeons, hospital staff, or even the manufacturers of the tools and materials used in a given surgery. Mistakes as an outgrowth of negligence occur at any phase from before or during surgery, to the…

The web is full of blog posts, articles, and social media posts telling people what to do. From do-it-yourself project advice and recipes, to investment advice, you can hardly click your mouse without being told what to do. Today, our experienced personal injury attorneys would like to go in the opposite direction and let you know…

All surgeries – even “simple” outpatient procedures – carry risks. This is a fact of life and modern medicine. While the inherent risks of opening up the human body to make repairs cannot ever be without risk, there are steps that medical professionals and medical device manufacturers can take to reduce the risks and increase…

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