Stryker Hip Replacement Lawyers
Stryker Hip Replacement Lawyer Network has Stryker Hip Replacement lawyers filing lawsuits for people implanted with a failed Rejuvinate, ABG II Modular Stems or Accolade Hip Replacement.
The Stryker Rejuvinate, ABG II Modular Stems and Accolade hip implants have been recalled due to the fact that they could fret or corrode, harming body tissue and causing pain or swelling. They are also causing toxic Cobalt and Chromium levels in the bloodstream.
The Stryker Hip Replacement Helpline is more then just experienced Hip Replacement lawyers. We are managed by a female medical social worker with over 20 years experience in both medical counseling and working with attorneys. She has helped 100’s injured by manufacturers of drugs and devices and connected them to highly qualified lawyers. We have a special concern for seniors whose lives have been altered by hip replacement manufacturers that have chosen profits over people. We speak to 100’s of people a month and help them locate and get the support they need. Our Hip Replacement lawyers have years of experience helping seniors injured by dangerous drugs and devices. Helpline lawyers have been dedicated to the representation of class action claims involving defective medical products for many years.
Stryker Hip Replacement Lawsuit Criteria
You must have a Stryker Rejuvinate, ABG II Modular Stems or Accolade implanted
You must have had or have been told you need revision surgery
You have a blood test showing high levels of Chromium and Cobalt
Stryker Hip Implant Cases Our Attorneys Are Accepting
- Stryker Rejuvinate
- Stryker ABG II Modular Stems
- Stryker Accolade/Citation/ Meridian
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Total Hip Replacements
A total hip replacement is a common surgery for people with hip pain caused by degenerative joint disease or rheumatoid arthritis. The surgery is done to restore motion of the joint and function to the muscles and ligaments. The top of the femoral bone (thigh bone) is removed and a new round piece is inserted into the bone. The goal of having a hip replacement is to increase mobility and enhance the quality of life. However, the Stryker hip implants fell short of this and hundreds of recipients are now faced with pain, suffering and the need for revision surgeries.
Stryker Hip Replacement Complications and Injuries include:
Severe inflammatory reactions
Pain in the groin
Need for additional medical care and revision surgeries
Breakdown of muscles, tendons and other soft tissues
Loss of surrounding bone
Loss of mobility
Inflammation / swelling
Redness of the skin at the site of implant
Soft tissue changes – including tissue death
Damage to and loss of muscle tissue
Cobalt and Chromium Toxicity Symptoms
A heavy metal’s toxicity can affect the nervous system, gastrointestinal system, cardiovascular system, blood production, kidneys, and reproductive system.
Symptoms of heavy metal toxicity include:
- mental confusion,
- pain in muscles and joints,
- short-term memory loss,
- gastrointestinal upsets,
- food intolerance
- vision problems,
- chronic fatigue,
FDA and Stryker
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has placed a serious warning label on Stryker’s recalled ShapeMatch Cutting Guides used in total knee replacements because of manufacturing concerns. Stryker issued a voluntary recall of this knee replacement in January.
Get A Stryker Hip Replacement Lawyer Now
If you have a recalled Stryker Rejuvinate, ABG II Modular Stems or Accolade Hip Replacement and are experiencing complications see your surgeon immediately to see if you require revision surgery. If you are advised you will need revision surgery contact the Stryker Hip Replacement Helpline for an experienced Stryker Hip Replacement lawyer. Our lawyers are also accepting clients for the DePuy Pinnacle and ASR metal on metal hip replacements.
Stryker Hip Replacement Helpline has Experienced Stryker Hip Replacement Lawyers covering:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia