Alloderm is a popular skin-graft product that has been linked to severe injuries when it is not pre-stretched before surgery. Hundreds of people have already filed lawsuits in a centralized litigation.
Alloderm Class Action Lawsuit
Hundreds of people who were injured by Alloderm have filed lawsuits, but these are not part of a class action. Over 300 of these cases are centralized in a Multi-County Litigation (MCL) in New Jersey. Although this litigation is similar to a class action, each case is actually an individual lawsuit filed by a plaintiff who hired their own attorney. Click here to read more.
What is the problem?
The Clark Firm, LLP is nationally recognized as a class action law firm, but our attorneys are not filing an Alloderm class action.
- Severe pain
- Adhesion failure
- Shrinkage or thinning of the mesh
- Organ damage
- Opening of the hernia
- Need for additional surgery
- And more
About Class Actions
Class actions are useful when a large number of people have a similar legal claim — especially when it wouldn’t make financial sense for everyone to file a lawsuit alone. They are ideal for helping thousands of people gain reimbursement for purchasing a defective product.
Why Our Law Firm is Filing Individual Lawsuits as Opposed to an Alloderm Class Action
For individuals with severe injuries, class actions have disadvantages. Plaintiffs may have to accept higher attorneys’ fees or a “low-ball” settlement. Instead of a class action, our lawyers file individual lawsuits. We believe this is the best way we can help each of our clients maximize their financial recovery.