Hernia Surgery Expert Witness

Hernias are a medical condition that are more common than you might expect. Hernias are caused when an internal part of your body is able to push through a weak point in your muscles or surrounding tissue wall.

In some cases, this condition can cause no pain whatsoever, but in others, can also lead to extreme pain. Hernia surgery is an excellent way to treat these conditions.

Types Of Hernia Surgery

There are two main types of hernia surgery available today, each of which is designed to treat hernias in different parts of the body. The location of a hernia will make a large difference in the way that surgery is performed.

Ventral Hernia Surgery

  • Ventral hernias occur in the abdomen when soft tissue is pushing through the muscle wall.
  • Not only will surgery like this solve any pain caused by the hernia, but it will also restore the abdomen’s shape, removing any lumps caused by the hernia.

Inguinal Hernia Surgery

  • Inguinal hernias will occur in the groin area, rather than the abdomen, making it hard for surgeons to take the same approach as Ventral Hernia Surgery.
  • Inguinal hernias don’t always bulge directly through the muscle walls in the groin, and surgeons often have to remove the herniated tissue to solve the problem.

Common Hernia Surgery Complications

While hernia surgery has been commonly practiced around the world for a very long time, there are plenty of complications that can come with it. In some cases, these complications can end up being more impactful than the hernia itself.


Infections are common after a lot of different surgical procedures, making them a major threat in the case of open treatments like hernia surgery. Internal infections can cause extreme illness.

Organ Damage

Organ damage can occur when a surgeon is careless. Depending on the organ and the extent of the damage, this can cause serious health issues down the line.

Constipation & Inability To Urinate

Being unable to use the toilet properly can be uncomfortable after surgery. Constipation and urination problems are common after surgery like this, with the movement of organs causing problems if it isn’t managed correctly.

Why Reliable Clinical Experts?

Here at Reliable Clinical Experts, our dedicated team has experience when it comes to surgical complications and court cases. Our medical experts are board-certified professionals who are actively practicing medicine. They are prescreened and know how to translate complex medical jargon into simple explanations for clients and juries, so they can provide you with the best value.

When you submit an expert witness request to us, we will hand-select the best witness available for your case. That expert witness will work with you throughout the duration of your case, from initial consultation to court testimony.

Our Process Includes:

  • A consultation with an appropriate expert.
  • An analysis of the unique aspects of your case by the medical expert.
  • A written or verbal report from your hernia surgery expert detailing how they can assist you with your case.

If you’re looking for a medical expert witness for a hernia surgery malpractice suit, let us help. Contact us today for an analysis of your case with quick turnaround time.

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Don’t waste your trial funds on a consultation with a high initial case review rate just to find no evidence of medical negligence. Let Reliable Clinical Experts closely examine the merit of your case for a low-cost consultation. Schedule an appointment with our medical experts today. Learn more about how we can help with your legal issues by giving us a call.

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