Minnesota attorneys, Genevieve Zimmerman & Tony Nemo steered action on defective hip devices that landed $1.4 billion settlement.

“I feel lucky that I can do good for people,” said Zimmerman, who has devoted three years to the case. “The money can’t put them the way they were before the surgeries, but it will make a difference in their lives.”

“A failure rate for a recall is usually around 30 to 40 percent. A nearly 100 percent failure rate for our case is biblical,” said Nemo. “Stryker knowingly stuck their rich little head in the sand and ignored any signs of a problem.”

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