Stryker Hip Implant – The Legal Process
Over 170 Years of Collective Experience on Your Side
Stryker has been accused of failing to act after being made aware of problems caused by hip implant devices. These metal-on-metal devices ground together over time releasing metal shards and toxic chemicals into patients’ bodies. Between the years 2009 and 2012, two separate devices were sold. Both were eventually recalled—but not until thousands of patients had been injured.
Fleming | Nolen | Jez, L.L.P. represents victims of these injuries.
We have years of experience and a reputation for tough advocacy. If you or a loved one has been injured by a Stryker hip implant product, such as the Rejuvenate, Accolade, and ABG II modular-neck hip stems, we urge you to speak with our personal injury lawyers while the opportunity of receiving compensation is still open.
You Could Be Entitled to Compensation
Compensation for serious injuries caused by Stryker hip devices may include:
- Medical costs, both past and projected
- Pain and suffering
- Ongoing care costs
- Loss of ability to earn an income
- Lost wages
Stryker has been accused of multiple forms of false advertising and failure to act. Some claims against the corporation include misrepresentation of device safety, deceptive marketing, failure to warn, failure to act, and false claims. Thousands of patients have filed lawsuits against Stryker.
Speak with Our Medical Device Injury Lawyers
In November 2014, Stryker agreed to a $1.43 billion settlement for several thousand clients. This amount is not capped and the end payout may be much higher. Plaintiffs may receive about $600,000 each, depending on their injuries. You may be entitled to more or less. Our personal injury lawyers can answer questions about your case. Contact us at (866) 977-6671 for a free case evaluation.