Stryker Hip Implant Litigation News

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Kershaw, Cook & Talley is currently assisting patients across the country who have suffered injury as a result of Stryker hip replacement systems. This includes the Rejuvenate and ABG II hip implant systems, which were voluntarily recalled by Stryker Corporation in 2012. Stryker is offering settlements to patients who underwent revision surgeries to replace their Stryker implant systems. Patients may be eligible for settlements of $300,000 per hip, depending on their age and whether they have suffered significant injuries.

Stryker’s ABG II and Rejuvenate hip implant products have been associated with serious side effects, caused by metal particles entering the tissue surrounding the implant and the bloodstream. If a patient requires revision surgery as a result, he or she may be eligible for compensation. Hip implant systems with metal parts have been associated with serious injuries and side effects, leading to device failure and pain, discomfort, mobility problems, infection, and metallosis.

At Kershaw, Cook & Talley, we have extensive experience litigating hip replacement lawsuits. Our Sacramento injury attorneys have over a century of combined legal experience, and we have gained national recognition for our representation of patients across the U.S. in claims involving defective medical devices. We realize the true extent of damage that a defective hip implant can cause, and we fight for fair compensation to help our clients put their lives back together. Our attorneys believe in holding negligent manufacturers accountable for their wrongdoing.

You can learn about the latest updates regarding Stryker hip implant litigation by viewing the videos included below.

To find out if you qualify, please call (916) 520-6639. Our Sacramento hip implant injury lawyers can talk to you about your rights and options.

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