If you had hip or knee replacement surgery at the University of Miami between 2013 and February 2022, you may have been implanted with a recalled Exactech device.

Orthopedic surgeons at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine implanted thousands of patients with hip and knee devices manufactured by Exactech, devices that have since been recalled. In 2022, Exactech notified surgeons that used these products that they had packaged the polyethylene hip liners and knee inserts in non-conforming vacuum bags, making the implants more prone to accelerated wear debris, bone loss, and/or component fatigue cracking/fracture, all leading to corrective revision surgery.

Representing Clients Against Exactech in South Florida and Beyond

Pope McGlamry, P.C. represents clients who have had revision surgeries to remove the Exactech implants in the Florida consolidated litigation and the federal litigation against Exactech. We know the intricacies of these types of devices and the mechanisms of failure, and more importantly, we understand the impact faulty devices can have on the individuals who receive them. Pope McGlamry Shareholder, Kirk Pope, was appointed as Co-Lead Counsel in the federal litigation and leads the prosecution of the case against Exactech. Pope McGlamry attorney Courtney Mohammadi, who serves on the Exactech Discovery Committee, is a native Miamian and licensed to practice law in Florida.

Learn more about our Exactech hip and knee recall attorneys.