Johnson & Johnson has issued multiple recalls in the last 15 months for a variety of dangerous products, including hernia mesh repair patches.
Many of Johnson & Johnson’s recalled products were produced at its McNeil Consumer Healthcare unit in Pennsylvania. The Fort Washington McNeil plant is responsible for more than one million of recalled bottles of Tylenol, Rolaids, Benadryl, and Motrin. Johnson & Johnson closed the plant in April 2010.
After the Fort Washington plant closed, however, the company issued a recall for one of its hernia repair devices, a mesh patch. The patch had been associated with a number of failures and adverse side effects.
If you have been injured by a defective mesh hernia product, please contact the hernia patch lawyers of Williams Kherkher at 800-761-3187.