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Stryker Hip Replacement Recall – What you need to know
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In July of 2012, Stryker Orthopaedics recalled the Rejuvenate and the ABG II modular-neck hip stems after complaints of infection, pain and complicated revision surgeries.
With net sales over 8.7 billion dollars, Stryker Orthopaedics is responsible for over 25% of all U.S. hip and knee implants.
After refusing to pay for revision procedures initially, Stryker Orthopaedics is now working with third-party administrator, Broadspire Services, Inc. to assist with wage loss, mileage, and medical expenses not covered by health insurance.
The number of Stryker hip lawsuits is expected to grow substantially because you can still be at risk even if you are not experiencing complications. There are currently dozens of pending lawsuits in Minnesota.
Individuals with the Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II medical devices are at risk for complications associated with fretting or corrosion at the modular neck junction. This can result in failure of the device, necrosis of existing tissue, metallosis, tissue inflammation, other potential long term complications and potential revision or replacement of the product.
If you or a loved one has received the Stryker Rejuvenate Modular Hip System, Meshbesher & Spence is prepared to defend your rights.
The lawyers at Meshbesher & Spence have extensive knowledge and experience in Stryker Rejuvenate cases and medical device litigation. You may be entitled to financial compensation for medical expenses, wage loss and emotional distress. Contact Andrew Davick or Tony Nemo for a free case evaluation.
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