Defective and Dangerous Products Attorney - Milwaukee, WI
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What are your damages? If you have the mesh in you and it is not causing any problems then you have no damages and therefore no grounds to sue.
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google the matter and you will be able to see what lawyers are handling the case and other relevant information. Good luck.
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