Sacramento Wright Hip Implant Attorneys
Wright Profemur & Conserve Plus Hip Replacement Systems
Both the Wright Profemur and Conserve Plus hip replacement systems are comprised of metal parts that can cause serious complications in patients, resulting in revision surgery to replace these metal-on-metal implants with safer prosthetics made from other materials. Kershaw, Cook & Talley is currently representing patients across the U.S. in claims against Wright Medical Technology, Inc. for injuries associated with these hip replacement products.
Stuart Talley, a partner here at the firm, is currently handling multi-district litigation in U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia, where thousands of claims against Wright were consolidated in re: Wright Medical Technology, Inc., Conserve Hip Implant Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2329. For more updates on this trial, please watch the videos included below. You can get the latest updates on this trial and other hip implant litigation on this website.
A Sacramento hip implant injury lawyer at our firm can talk to you about your right to compensation if you have or had a metal-on-metal hip implant system. Call (916) 520-6639 to get started.
Problems with the Wright Conserve Plus & Profemur Hip Implants
The Wright Conserve Plus and Profemur hip implant systems have been linked to serious problems, including:
- Early device failure
- Femoral neck fractures
These side effects may be caused by metal ions, including chromium and cobalt, being released into the body as the implant’s metal parts rub against one another. Elevated metal levels can cause damage to soft tissue and bone, and it can lead to serious health problems when metal gets into the bloodstream. Metal-on-metal implants have been the subject of much controversy over the years, and patients who have suffered harm as a result of these systems may be entitled to financial compensation.
Talk about your potential Wright Conserve Plus or Profemur claim with a skilled Sacramento injury attorney – call (916) 520-6639 today.