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Stryker ABG II Hip Replacement Recall Lawyers

Stryker ABG II Hip Replacement Recall Lawyers

Reports involving adverse health risks associated with the Stryker ABG II hip replacement systems have become more frequent in the past couple years. Thousands of patients received this device in hip replacement surgeries prior to 2012, and they are now concerned about the expenses that they face as a result of adverse side effects resulting from the system. It is not uncommon for individuals to experience excessive pain, swelling and itching around the hip joint area. In more severe cases, metallosis is a condition that has developed within patients who have Stryker ABG II hip replacements. It is vital for you to stand up for your right to monetary compensation and to meet with Stryker ABG II Hip Replacement Recall Lawyers if you have received an implant with the Stryker ABG II hip replacement device. Stryker ABG II Hip Replacement Recall Lawyers can help you to move forward in filing Stryker hip replacement lawsuits. Stryker ABG II Hip Replacement Recall Lawyers

Recall of the Stryker ABG II Hip Replacement Implants in 2012

A recall of the Stryker ABG II hip replacement implant was first issued in 2012. At the time of the recall, Stryker Orthopaedics issued the recall in regards to the modular-neck component of the system. It was found that corrosion of the modular-neck component was a regular occurrence in all of the Stryker ABG II hip replacement systems that were put on the market prior to 2012. The corrosion of the metal in this device has caused toxic metal to be released into the bodies of patients who have this implant. This release of metal into the body puts patients at risk for developing metallosis and other harmful illnesses. The corrosion of the device also puts patients at risk for experiencing the deterioration of other bones near the hip joint area.

Metallosis and Other Adverse Health Risks Associated with Stryker ABG II Hip Replacements

There are many adverse health conditions that have already been reported in regards to Stryker hip replacement systems. Some of these adverse health conditions are Necrosis, Metallosis, Hypothyroidism and Osteolysis. If you received a hip implant with a Stryker system prior to 2012, then you may want to consult with a doctor to see whether you have developed any of the conditions listed above. Some patients have conditions like Metallosis, but they are actually unaware of the condition. It is only when these conditions cause painful effects like nausea or internal bleeding that patients become aware that they have these conditions. Other adverse side effects that are associated with Stryker ABG II hip replacement systems are damage to the bones and tissue surrounding the hip joint. Inflammation of the skin in in the hip joint area is also a common occurrence. Some individuals also develop severe infections as a result of using the Stryker hip replacement systems.

If you believe that the Stryker hip replacement system has loosened in your body, then you must seek medical attention as soon as possible. You should save all documentation from a medical appointment involving a Stryker hip replacement system. You will want to save these documents so that you can show them to a lawyer at American Injury Attorney Group. This way, Stryker ABG II Hip Replacement Recall Lawyers can begin to move forward in filing Stryker hip replacement lawsuits on your behalf today.

Claiming Damages for Your Injuries

You may qualify for a large settlement in regards to the injuries that you have suffered from Stryker ABG II hip replacements. You may be able to seek a variety of forms of compensatory damages. You can speak with a lawyer from Stryker ABG II Hip Replacement Recall Lawyers to learn more about your rights to damages. You should file a claim for damages so that you can pay for all of the medical expenses that you have incurred. Even if you have already paid for medical bills relating to your Stryker hip replacement system, you still may be eligible to claim funds to pay you for these losses. You may also receive damages to cover the cost of any future medical expenses that you will face. Some plaintiffs may also recover damages for loss of consortium. Loss of consortium means that plaintiffs are no longer to do activities that they once loved. Whether that activity is gardening or simply going out for a walk does not matter, and a lawyer can help you to figure out an adequate sum to claim for loss of consortium.

Get Help from Stryker ABG II Hip Replacement Recall Lawyers Today

You should get in touch with Stryker ABG II Hip Replacement Recall Lawyers today to learn more about ongoing Stryker hip replacement lawsuits. You can become one of the many plaintiffs who has already received thousands of dollars to pay for the costs associated with a Stryker hip replacement system. You may only have a limited period of time to file your claim, so you should speak with a lawyer today.FREE Case Evaluation

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