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Stryker Hip Litigation Moving Forward

The Stryker Rejuvenate artificial hip system was created as a means of giving patients renewed flexibility in their hips so they could walk, run and engage in other physical activities with ease. Instead, as many as 20,000 people may have been implanted with a faulty hip replacement. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recalled the Stryker Rejuvenate hip replacement system in July of 2012. As a result, thousands of people have initiated Stryker hip litigation to be compensated for their additional injuries.

Serious Side Effects Associated with Stryker Rejuvenate

In the months prior to the recall, the FDA received 45 complaints of serious side effects from patients who had surgery to implant the Stryker Rejuvenate artificial hip. Many of these patients have gone on to file Stryker hip litigation lawsuits. In the year since its recall, the FDA and Stryker hip litigation attorneys continue to receive complaints about the Stryker Rejuvenate artificial hip. It has a high rate of failure, which means that some patients had to undergo a second surgery less than five years after the initial implant of the Stryker Rejuvenate hip. Some of the other reported symptoms include:

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  • Difficulty walking
  • Pain at the implant site
  • Swelling and inflammation
  • Toxic metals entering the bloodstream. This is caused by friction from the metal parts rubbing together near the hip socket.

In May of 2013, The Stryker Corporation issued a statement urging anyone experiencing persistent pain as the result of hip replacement surgery to see a doctor immediately. The company further advised that doctors should perform the following tests for monitoring purposes and to rule out infection:

  • Radiographic analysis
  • Testing of serum metal ion levels
  • Metal hypersensitivity testing
  • MRI

Assistance with Stryker Hip Litigation

At the American Injury Attorney Group, we are committed to helping anyone affected by the negligent conduct of the Stryker Corporation. We encourage you to contact our office to discuss the possibility of getting started with Stryker hip litigation. One of our medical malpractice attorneys will meet with you for an initial consultation at no charge. We ask that you bring your medical records with you to this appointment in order for us to evaluate them. The more evidence you have that shows you were negatively impacted by a Stryker Rejuvenate hip replacement system, the easier it will be to initiate and win a lawsuit.

If you decide to retain our attorneys in your Stryker hip litigation lawsuit, you pay no legal fees upfront. We work with personal injury and medical malpractice victims on a contingency basis, which means that no money is due until we win your lawsuit. You owe nothing to the American Injury Attorney Group in the unlikely event that we are unable to procure a settlement for you.

Contact Our Office to Join the Ongoing Stryker Hip Litigation

The quality of your life changed dramatically when you were implanted with a faulty Stryker Rejuvenate hip replacement system. You deserve to be fairly compensated for that. In a typical Stryker hip litigation winning lawsuit, patients receive funds to pay for past medical expenses, ongoing and future care, lost wages from work, and lost earning potential. If the case goes to court, we ask the judge and jury to consider the degree to which the faulty implant has impacted your enjoyment of life and to compensate you accordingly. Since court cases bring negative publicity to large pharmaceutical companies, many of them are eager to settle your lawsuit to avoid this.“>Contact our office today for a free consultation.

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