Stryker recalled its Rejuvenate, ABG II and Accolade modular-neck hip stems after the implants showed signs of corrosion and fretting. The company’s LFIT cobalt chromium V40 Head may also cause the same issues. Those who have experienced complications from a Stryker hip implant have filed lawsuits after suffering through intense pain and revisions surgery.
Have you or a loved one suffered from complications to a Stryker hip device? You may be entitled to compensation.
How Do I Know If I Have A Case?
If you have undergone a hip replacement surgery and have been implanted with a defective Stryker medical device, you have likely heard about or received a letter outlining the nature of the different recalls. If you’re unsure which device you have in your hip, call us. We can look into the details at no cost to you and see if you qualify for a claim.
Compensation For My Stryker Hip
Patients who received a Rejuvenate, ABG II or other Styker implant may suffer injuries. Medical device makers like Stryker have a duty to properly design their products and warn the public about any risks. The company recalled a number of its products, and it may have been too late for a number of people who received faulty implants. A qualified Stryker lawyer can protect your rights, help you find out if you have a claim and file a claim for compensation.
If you choose to file a lawsuit, you may be eligible for the following types of compensation:
- Medical expenses
- Compensatory damages
- Pain & suffering
- Loss of consortium
- Punitive damages
Stryker Hip Models Involved in Lawsuits
People Who Filed Stryker Lawsuits
Diane received two faulty implants in 2011 and moved forward with a claim against Stryker. High cobalt levels were found in her blood as well as pockets of fluid and dying tissue and bone surrounding her hip. This caused her bone to deteriorate and her femur to fracture during surgery.
Tracy had a painful revision surgery after her Stryker Rejuvenate hip implant failed. Sponer accused Stryker of ‘negligence & wantonness’ and demanded compensation for her permanent injury.
Mern Direnzo had the Stryker Accolade nad LFIT Anatomic V40 Femoral Head implanted in 2009. Her blood tests returned high levels of metal ions, instigating her to undergo revision surgery to remove the devices and move forward with a claim against Stryker.