Legal Help for Defective Stryker Hips.

Potentially Defective Stryker Models.

The Stryker Rejuvenate Modular Hip System and the Stryker ABG II Modular Neck were voluntarily recalled by Stryker Orthopaedics in July 2012 because of potential risks to implant recipients. The V40 Metal Femoral Head, and Accolade TMZF have also shown potential defects that might negatively affect patients. The most common complaint is reaction to metallic particles in the body, also known as metallosis.

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Is My Replacement Hip Defective?

If you have had to have follow up procedures to deal with a hip implant not functioning as designed, or have consistent pain, inflammation, or popping noises, it’s worth taking the time to talk to a legal professional. After years of helping individuals with defective hips get compensation for their troubles, we have significant expertise that we can put to work for you. Our lawyers can help you in the right direction.

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