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Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Settlement Compensation Payouts

Surgical MeshOur hernia mesh lawyer are seeking new clients suffering serious side effects from these defective products. Over 20,000 hernia mesh lawsuits have been filed.

Only one hernia mesh device lawsuits have settled or gone to trial.  Our hernia mesh lawyers update you on that unfortunate case in the updates below. Disappointingly, that is the only MDL hernia mesh bellwether trial had in 2021 (not counting the Atrium ProLite case that our lawyers think is a one-off.)

But more hernia mesh trials are coming.  The next hernia mesh class action trial is expected for March 2022. Hopefully our lawyers will have a new update for you soon. Trial verdicts usually lead to settlements in mass tort cases. So, after waiting far too long for settlement compensation in the hernia mesh lawsuits, there may be a light at the end of the tunnel for victims.

January 19, 2022 Update:  Unfortunately, the Milanesi trial set to begin on Monday has been postponed.  It has been rescheduled for March 22, 2022.  

January 3, 2022 Update The next bellwether trial in the C.R. Bard Hernia Mesh MDL is scheduled for January 10, 2022 in the case of Antonio Milanesi v. C.R. Bard. The case will be tried before the MDL class action judge who is administering the case, Judge Edmund A. Sargus in the Southern District Court of Ohio. At the risk of hyperbole, this trial will be the most important thing that has happened in the hernia mesh lawsuits.  

The plaintiff, Mr. Milanesi has suffered a great deal.  HIs lawsuit alleges that his injuries and suffering could have been avoided if he had not used Bard's defective Ventralex device. 

Ten years after the Ventralex mesh device was implanted, Mr. Milanesi required surgery to address what doctors thought was a recurrent hernia.  During the procedure, the surgeons found that Mr. Milanesi had a bowel erosion with a fistula and adhesions.  This required the surgeon to perform a bowel resection, removing parts of his colon.  

The surgery did not solve Mr. Milanesi's problems. He was taken back to the hospital and diagnosed with a small bowel obstruction that necessitated emergency surgery.

Milanesi is a stronger case that the Johns case that Bard won this fall.  Unlike that first bellwether trial (a defense pick), this hernia mesh lawsuit was selected the plaintiffs' attorneys as one they wanted to push towards trial.

Over the summer, the defendants sought to avoid this trial altogether by filing a motion for summary judgment in the case. The MDL Judge denied that motion clearing the way for the case to be decided by a jury as scheduled. 

The outcome of this test trial is expected to be much more favorable for the plaintiffs than the first bellwether trial which ended in a defense verdict. A sizeable verdict for the plaintiff in this case could help facilitate a global settlement of the 8,000 remaining cases. A loss? That would not be a helpful step towards forcing Bard to pain reasonable settlement amounts in the outstanding hernia mesh lawsuits pending in the MDL class action. 

December 14, 2021 Update: Atrium Medical Corp. is already defending thousands of lawsuits involving its C-Qur line of hernia mesh products. Now Atrium may be forced to defend another mass tort MDL involving one of its other hernia mesh product lines. Atrium’s ProLite and ProLoop products are polypropylene surgical mesh implants used in hernia surgery. A growing number of lawsuits have been alleging that these mesh implants are defective because the material they are made out of is not biologically inert and degrades inside the body causing infections, pain, and other complications.

In December 2021, lawyers for ProLite hernia mesh plaintiffs filed a motion asking the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation to consolidate all pending cases involving the Atrium ProLite and ProLoop products into a new MDL. If a new Atrium ProLite MDL is formed it will be the 4th pending MDL in the hernia mesh litigation and the second against Atrium. 

[October 18, 2021 Update: Last month, the first bellwether trial in the hernia mesh litigation Bard concluded with a disappointing loss for the plaintiff, Steven Johns.

The jury found in favor of the defendants on all the product liability claims and awarded no damages to Mr. Johns.

This result was unexpected. Our lawyers were expecting an award with punitive damages. But, with the benefit of hindsight, maybe this is not a huge surprise. Bard scored a similar opening round win 10 years ago with a defense verdict in the first Kugel Mesh bellwether trial. But that victory was quickly followed by a $1,500,000 verdict for the plaintiff in the second bellwether trial, which immediately prompted Bard to cancel any further trials and offer reasonable settlement amounts in the remaining cases.

Our lawyers are still hopeful for a similar pattern to unfold in these hernia mesh lawsuits. We may still see a healthy verdict for the plaintiff in a second bellwether trial before the end of 2021. This will likely lead to the negotiation of a global settlement of the remaining cases if they do not settle before then next trial.

The last point is that COVID trials are not easy for victims. Johns was a plexiglass trial with masks and the lack of human connection that comes with it. This does take energy and passion away from the plaintiffs' lawyers and the victim. Plaintiffs' attorneys have to keep pushing these cases to trial for the good of the individual plaintiffs bring the lawsuits and for all victims. But it is not easy.

The next hernia mesh trial will be on January 10, 2022.]

[September 8, 2021 Update: Plaintiff has rested their case in the Bard hernia trial. Bard moved for judgment. This mean Bard argued that even if everything the plaintiffs said at trial was true, Bard should still win the case even before it gets to a jury. Plaintiffs' lawyers instinctively fear this motion. But the judge denied that motion. Punitive damages are also still in play. The court ruled that the evidence permitted "a reasonable jury to conclude that there is clear and convincing evidence that Defendants’ conduct manifested a knowing and reckless indifference toward, and a disregard of, the rights of others.”

[August 24, 2021 Update: The first hernia mesh trial in years started a few weeks ago and is still ongoing. A Utah man sued Bard after complications with this Ventralight ST hernia mesh patch. This trial is much about what Bard knew about this mesh device and what it did to warn doctors and patients. This week will be pivotal testimony from the plaintiff and his treating doctor. Here is more of the latest update on the MDL trial.]

[August 2, 2021 Update: Today is a big day that hernia mesh lawyers and victims have been eagerly awaiting. Becton, Dickinson/C.R. Bard will face trial in Ohio over a lawsuit claiming its hernia repair surgical mesh was defective, requiring the plaintiff to get two more surgeries after the initial procedure. The plaintiff claims he is still in severe pain as the result of the defective mesh. The trial will likely go at least five weeks before the case goes to the jury.

This is the first trial for over 13,000 plaintiffs offers the first test case on the path of determining how much these claims are worth. This trial could help settle settlement compensation payouts in for not only the 13,000 Bard hernia mesh suits pending in the MDL but for other similarly situated mesh claims involving other mesh manufacturers (J&J/Ethicon Physiomesh and Atrium Medical C-Qur Mesh/Patch.

Come back to this page for more trial updates.]

If you are a potential plaintiff, you want to know the expected average settlement amounts of the hernia mesh cases. Below, our hernia mesh lawyers look at statistics and data and try to give answers as to what the average hernia mesh payout might be.

This is a useful exercise. These cases are ultimately about money to compensate victims for the harms done. But just keep in mind when it comes to ultimate settlement value and the expected average individual payout, our lawyers are merely speculating based on the facts and prior cases.

So what do we estimate for the average payout for a hernia mesh lawsuit? Certainly, this will depend on how successful the bellwether trials are in 2022.  Yes, we lost he one lawsuit that went to trial this year.  There will be others.

Prior verdicts and settlements from comparable cases suggest that hernia mesh claims will likely be worth $50,000 to $1,000,000 depending on individual circumstances. Yes, that is a big range. Keep reading. Our lawyers break down our thinking - and throw in the caveats - below.

Summary of Hernia Mesh Defects

A hernia is a very common medical condition that must be surgically repaired. Almost 1 million hernia repair surgeries are performed at hospitals in the U.S. every year, making hernia repairs the most common type of surgical procedure in modern medicine. Over the last 20-30 years, most hernia repairs have involved the use of a mesh or patch implant device. These devices most typically treat:

  • Incisional Hernia: weakness in the muscle of the abdomen
  • Ventral Hernia: weakness specifically in the abdominal wall muscles
  • Femoral Hernia: upper thigh or outer groin
  • Inguinal Hernia: inner groin
  • Umbilical Hernia: bulge that forms at the belly button
  • Hiatal Hernia: stomach bulges up into your chest

When performing hernia repair surgery, doctors tuck the protruding organ (usually an intestine) back into place and then surgically repair the muscle wall that holds it in place.

A mesh or patch is like a small little net or screen that the surgeon implants in or around the repaired muscle tissue. The surgical mesh has biological materials. This allows connective tissue to develop that acts as structural support to strengthen and reinforce the repaired muscle wall at the site of the hernia. The muscle tissue regrows around the mesh or patch.

Because these devices are implants they need to be made out of inert materials that can exist inside the human body without triggering an immune system response. They also need to stay intact so as not to move after the surgery or protrude into adjacent tissue.

Most of the earlier mesh products were non-permanent/absorbable. They were made out of animal byproducts that were designed to be gradually absorbed by the body and disappear after implantation. These absorbable devices had a good safety record, but they did not provide permanent abdominal wall support.

In the early 2000s, a new wave of permanent hernia mesh devices from various manufacturers began to hit the market. These devices were made out of a special type of plastic, surrounded by some type of inert coating material that was supposed to make them bio-compatible inside the body. Unfortunately, many of these new permanent mesh/patch implants had major design flaws which led to chronic pain and other disastrous consequences for many patients, including the need for another hernia mesh surgery.

Adverse event reports from health care professionals to U.S. Food and Drug Administration grew. Eventually, and arguably belatedly, the FDA issued safety warnings and demand product recalls.

The fundamental problem with this type of hernia mesh had to do with their bio-compatibility inside the human body. Instead of being inert once implanted in the body, the permanent mesh devices had design or manufacturing issues that caused these synthetic materials to be incompatible with the human immune system which leads to a ton of health problems.

Once implanted, the defective hernia mesh devices would trigger an immune system attack resulting in inflammation and other complications. Another related problem is that their outer coating degraded too quickly, causing the mesh to become abnormally attached to internal organs or tissue.

Injuries Causes by Hernia Mesh Defects

The defective hernia mesh devices can cause internal injuries and/or health complications. The most common injuries linked to defective hernia mesh products:

  • Internal infections and pain
  • Bowel obstruction
  • Mesh detachment and migration
  • Puncture of adjacent tissue/organs
  • Adhesion to other organs or tissue from scar tissue formation

Many of these complications require additional surgery to repair or correct.

In some cases, hernia repair surgery patients started experiencing some of these complications within just a few days after the mesh was surgically implanted. For others, however, there was a substantial delay between the hernia surgery and the onset of symptoms related to defects in the hernia mesh device.

The Defective Hernia Mesh Products

The hernia mesh recalls and lawsuits have primarily revolved around three hernia mesh product lines" Kugel Mesh, Ethicon Physiomesh, and Atrium C-Cur mesh. The table below lists the three companies and the names of their defective hernia mesh products.

Manufacturer Products Date Range
Our lawyers are also looking at LifeCell Strattice and Surgimesh claims which we talk about more below. 

The product liability litigation involving the Kugel hernia mesh devices is hot with the next trial in the class action set for March 22, 2022 (rescheduled after a COVID delay. 

We had a C-Qur trial date last summer but that case reached a settlement after  U.S. District Judge Mary M. Rowland rejected Atrium Medical Corporation’s summary judgment motion that sought to dismiss the plaintiff's C-Qur hernia mesh lawsuit. The judge did dismiss plaintiff’s defective design claims but allowed his failure to warn and manufacturing defect claims to proceed. Ultimately, that is the key argument hernia mesh lawyers are pushing: the failure to warn doctors and patients of the risk.


With Physiomesh, plaintiffs' lawyers have filed lawsuits alleging the multi-layer coating prevented adequate incorporation of the mesh. The result was victims coming in for a common type of hernia and having serious post-surgery complications because the polypropylene mesh portion of the Physiomesh could not withstand normal abdominal forces.

LifeCell Strattice Lawsuits 

The LifeCell Strattice is the brand name for yet another hernia mesh implant that has caused a number of problems and prompted product liability lawsuits. The Strattice is manufactured by LifeCell Corp., which is a subsidiary of Allergan Inc. 

The Strattice was first released in the U.S. market in 2010 around 2010 and has been used in thousands of hernia repair surgeries over the last decade. The Strattice mesh implant is primarily used in parastomal and inguinal hernia repair surgeries and abdominal wall surgery.

The Strattice  mesh implant is made from a synthetic material derived from pig skin. The material was designed to be “acellular” and biologically compatible inside the body. 

Unfortunately, however, the Strattice suffered from many of the same problems as the polypropylene hernia mesh devices. Once implanted, the unique pig-skin material of the Strattice had a tendency to rapidly break down causing the mesh to come apart. 

The problems with the Strattice were so acute that in 2011, just a year after it was first released, the FDA issued a recall and blocked the Strattice from future use.


Our lawyers are also looking at Surgimesh lawsuits.  Surgimesh is a line of hernia mesh and general surgical mesh implants manufactured by a French company and distributed in the U.S. by BG Medical, LLC. 

The Surgimesh is made from non-woven polypropylene fibers with one side coated with silicone to prevent abnormal tissue attachments. Surgimesh was first released in the U.S. in 2008 based on 501k FDA approval. 

The Surgimesh appears to suffer from many of the same design flaws that have plagued other polypropylene hernia mesh implants. So far, however, it has not generated as many product liability lawsuits as other hernia mesh brands. 

There have been four Surgimesh tort lawsuits filed against BG Medical since 2018, with the most recent case file in August of 2021. The lack of lawsuits is probably due to the fact that Surgimesh is made by a French company and, therefore, has a fairly small market share in the U.S. But our attorneys expect to see more of these lawsuits going forward. 

How Much Are Expected Hernia Mesh Settlement Amounts?

In June 2017, the MDL Panel created MDL 2782 to coordinate all federal Physiomesh hernia mesh lawsuits alleging complications when implanted in patients, "including herniation through the mesh, recurrent hernia formation and/or rupture, and deformation of the mesh.”

Fast forward to May 2021. Things are now moving quickly in terms of the litigation. There is an Atrium C-Qur trial set to start on July 7, 2021, and the first Bard trial is set for August 2, 2021. Yes, our lawyers understand that this has been way too long for the thousands of victims that have been filed and are currently pending in state and federal MDLs. We know victims continue to suffer the consequences from the use of surgical mesh that was defective. Hopefully, we are on the verge of real progress.

None of these new lawsuits have gone to trial or been settled so we don't know exactly how much these defective product lawsuits will be worth. However, this is actually round 2 of the hernia mesh mass tort litigation. Round 1 involved multidistrict litigation of thousands of claims against C.R. Bard regarding defects with its Kugel hernia devices.

So let's make some predictions on the settlement value of the hernia mesh lawsuits. Our lawyers can estimate the likely value of round 2 hernia mesh cases based on the outcome of round 1 as well as the settlement values in other surgical mesh lawsuits and other related factors. It is just speculation but it is a start. Let's begin by comparing these cases to previous hernia mesh suits.

  • Hernia Mesh Litigation Round #1

    In round 1 of the hernia mesh litigation, C.R. Bard was defending thousands of individual lawsuits by plaintiffs alleging injuries resulting from defects in the company's Kugel Hernia Mesh device. The Kugel implant had a design defect that causes a plastic ring on the mesh to break off inside the patient. When the Kugel ring broke off it caused bowel obstruction or in more serious cases perforation of the bowel. Both results were very painful and required surgical repair.

    The Kugel federal court cases were consolidated into an MDL in Rhode Island. A bellwether case, Thorpe v C.R. Bard Inc, was selected for trial. The victim in Thorpe suffered some of the most severe injuries associated with the defective Kugel implant. When the ring on the mesh broke off inside him it punctured and obstructed his bowel and he had to undergo 5 surgeries to repair it. In August 2010, a federal jury in Rhode Island awarded Mr. Thorpe $1.5 million in damages.

    Based on the outcome in Thorpe, C.R. Bard eventually agreed to a global settlement of all pending Kugel cases in the class action lawsuit. C.R. Bard agreed to pay $184 million to settle over 2,000 pending Kugel lawsuits. Although this equated to only $70,000 per case, it does not mean that each mesh victim got $70,000. The 2,600 Kugel cases were divided into different tiers based mainly on how severe the injuries were and how strong their case was. Tier 1 plaintiffs with the most severe level of injuries probably got over $1 million. Plaintiffs in tier 2 with less severe injuries likely got $500,000-$900,000. Tier 3 plaintiffs probably received less than $100,000. Finally, claimants in the lowest tiers probably received some nominal amount or nothing at all.

  • Vaginal Mesh Settlements

    The current round of hernia mesh lawsuits share some similarities to the mass tort litigation involving defective transvaginal mesh devices. The vaginal mesh litigation involves many different devices and manufacturers and many cases are still pending. However, device manufacturer Endo International agreed to pay out nearly $900 million in a global settlement agreement for 20,000 vaginal mesh lawsuits. This equates to roughly an average settlement of $45,000 per individual case. Again, this does not mean that each vaginal mesh plaintiff received $45,000 for their claim. Why? The best cases got a lot more and the worst cases got a lot less. As with any mass tort, the vaginal mesh claims were divided into separate tiers based on the severity of injury and strength of the case.

How Much for Average Hernia Lawsuit Settlement Payout?

Based on the results of the prior litigation outcomes discussed above, we believe that the average settlement value of the top tier hernia mesh claims may be around $250,000 to $1,000,000. These are the most serious injury and wrongful death cases.

Mesh lawsuits in the lower settlement tiers (those involving less serious injuries) will have a much lower value. There are cases with less serious and permanent injuries. Our hernia mesh lawyers think the average settlement amounts in these case will be $65,000 to $80,000 but, again, the more serious cases will have a higher average settlement amount.

These estimations are based in some measure on the older hernia mesh cases that settled. Thankfully, the defendants this time (Atrium & Ethicon) are larger corporations with deep pockets. Atrium Medical is only somewhat bigger than C.R. Bard. However, the other second round defendant, Ethicon, is a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson Inc. which is one of the largest drug/medical companies in the entire world.

Keep in mind a few things. First, this is all speculation. Our lawyers cannot project with accuracy the average settlement value in these lawsuits. Second, these summer 2021 trials will be crucial in determining the final settlement values. So these settlement numbers could swing both ways depending upon how victims fare in these two trials

Do I Qualify for a Hernia Mesh Lawsuit?

Our law firm is accepting new hernia mesh cases from anyone who meets the following basic criteria:

  • You had a hernia repair surgery sometime in the last 15 years AND a hernia mesh device was implanted as part of the procedure.
  • You experienced complications or injuries related to defects in the hernia mesh implant device.

If you, or a family member, meet these criteria CONTACT US.

How Long Will It Take to Get a Hernia Mesh Settlement?

No one knows how long it will be until a hernia mesh lawsuit settlement. But with trial coming up this year, the timeline seems to be shrinking and a settlement could be on the horizon. Still, hernia mesh plaintiffs should not expect to receive any settlement compensation in 2021 (even if there was a settlement later this year). Could they get settlement checks in 2022? It is possible and our hernia mesh lawyers are hopeful.

How Do I Know If My Hernia Mesh Has Failed?

When a hernia mesh implant fails it can trigger a number of acute physical symptoms including

  • abdominal bloating or discomfort
  • constipation or bowel blockage
  • fever
  • nausea and vomiting
  • hernia recurrence
  • pain and swelling.

In most cases these physical symptoms will be severe enough that the patient will seek medical attention. This is usually when the failure of the hernia mesh implant is identified.

Which Hernia Mesh Cases Are Your Lawyers Handling?

Our hernia mesh lawyers are handling mesh lawsuits involving products:

  • J&J/Ethicon - Physiomesh
  • Atrium - C-QUR - C-QUR Mosaic - C-QUR Edge - C-QUR TacShield - C-QUR Lite Mesh V-Patch - C-QUR Mesh V-Patch
  • Covidien - Parietene - ALL Parietex - SurgiPro - Symbotex
  • Bard - All 3D Max - Bard Mesh - All Composix - Flat Mesh
  • Monofilament - All Kugel - Marlex
  • Keyhole - Perfix Plug - Sepramesh - Spermatex - Ventralex - Ventralex ST - Ventrio - Ventrio ST - Ventralight ST - Visilex
Contact Miller & Zois About the Ventralex Hernia Mesh Claims

The Ventralex is under particular focus because it is the mesh product used in the second hernia mesh MDL class action trial in January 2022.  The Ventralex was designed for use on patients needing umbilical or small ventral hernia repairs.   

The Ventralex has two sides—one of polypropylene mesh and one of permanent expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (“ePTFE”). (The polypropylene mesh side faces the abdominal wall, encouraging tissue to grow into the mesh and thus supporting the hernia repair. The ePTFE side faces the intestines and is designed to minimize tissue attachment, such as adhesions, to the intestines and other viscera. The Ventralex also has a monofilament memory coil ring, which was made of polyethylene terephthalate (“PET”) when it was implanted in Mr. Antonio. The ring is designed to help the patch “pop open” and then “lay flat” against the abdominal wall after the Ventralex is folded and inserted through the incision site during surgical repair of the hernia

The Ventralex was pushed to market through the controversial FDA 510(k) premarket notification process that allows a shortened approval process if a medical device is similar to a previously approved product. 

What was the previous product that Bard used in the 510(k) process?  The Composix Kugel.  This is the same device that Bard paid settlement amounts totaling $184 million for resolve hernia mesh lawsuits filed claim a that mesh product was defective.  

Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Medical Studies

The key to success for victims in the hernia mesh litigation at the settlement table and at trial is the strength of the scientific and medical literature that underscores the risk of mesh implants. These are some of the key studies at issue in the litigation.

  • Dong, Z., et al. "Does the use of hernia mesh in surgical inguinal hernia repairs cause male infertility? A systematic review and descriptive analysis." Reproductive Health. 15.1 (2018): 1-14. (This study looked at the association between hernia meshes and male infertility. The researchers looked at 29 related trials. They found that hernia mesh repairs, open and laparoscopic-assisted, did not negatively affect male fertility. This nixed any claim in this regarding in the hernia mesh lawsuits.)
  • Gachabayov, M., et al. "Recurrence of infection and hernia following partial versus complete removal of infected hernia mesh: a systematic review and cohort meta-analysis." Hernia. 24.3 (2020): 433-439. (This meta-analysis and systematic review compared infection and hernia recurrence rates in partial and complete hernia mesh removals. Infection recurrence rates were about 59 percent in partial removals and about 26 percent in complete removals. Hernia recurrence rates were about 10 percent in partial removals and 40 percent in complete removals. The researchers concluded that partial removals increased the infection recurrence risk, while complete removals increased the hernia recurrence risk.)
  • Ilyashenko, V. V., et al. "Laparoscopic management of large hiatal hernia: mesh method with the use of ProGrip mesh versus standard crural repair." Surgical Endoscopy. 32.8. (2018): 3592-3598. (This study compared and contrasted the effectiveness of laparoscopic-assisted hernia mesh repairs and crural repairs. The researchers found that one hernia mesh repair patient experienced recurrence compared to eight crural repairs. They also found that the mesh repair group experienced higher patient satisfaction than the non-mesh group. The researchers concluded that hernia mesh repairs were “effective and durable” for an extended period.)
  • Raj, P.P., et al. "Morbid obesity with ventral hernia: is concomitant bariatric surgery with laparoscopic ventral hernia mesh repair the best approach? An experience of over 150 cases." Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases. 15.7 (2019): 1098-1103. (This study looked at whether combining bariatric surgery with an intraperitoneal hernia mesh repair was the best treatment for obese patients with ventral hernias. The researchers examined 156 patients who underwent these procedures. They found that no post-operative infections and only one hernia recurrence. The researchers concluded that bariatric surgeries with intraperitoneal hernia mesh repairs could treat obesity and hernias without significant risk of recurrence.)
  • Sandø, A., et al. "Long-term patient-reported outcomes and quality of the evidence in ventral hernia mesh repair: a systematic review." Hernia. (2020): 1-11. (This study looked at whether patient-reported outcomes changed three months after a ventral hernia mesh repair. The researchers found that patients who underwent large incisional hernia mesh repairs experienced pain, physical impairment, and social involvement improvements. They also found that patients who underwent medium parastomal hernia repairs experienced improvements in their stoma-related complaints.)

Contact Miller & Zois About the Value of Hernia Mesh Claims

If you have a potential hernia mesh implant lawsuit and would like to discuss the potential value of your claim, contact a hernia mesh attorney at Miller & Zois for a free consultation. Three things to know:

  1. You pay nothing unless you get compensation.
  2. You will not get a hard sell from us. Just information and help if you want it.
  3. Our law firm has spent the last 19 years fighting exclusively for injury and wrongful death victims.

Call our lawyers today at 800-553-8082 or submit an online contact form.

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