Latest Hip replacement Stories
Parker Waichman LLP continues to review potential metal-on-metal lawsuits on behalf of individuals who suffered alleged metal poisoning associated with their all-metal hip replacement devices.
Stryker Has Agreed To Pay Eligible Patients Who Have Undergone Revision Surgery A Base Award Of $300,000 Per Each Revised Hip. New York NY (PRWEB) November 12,
Those Suffering from Defective Metal-on-Metal Hip Implants Finally See Justice Fort Worth, Texas (PRWEB) November 11, 2014 Victims who have suffered
Stryker Hip Implant Lawsuits Involving Recipients Who Required Revision Surgery Are Settled After The Hip Replacement Manufacturer Agrees To Pay A Minimum of $1.43 Billion To Recipients of the
The settlement will cover specific plaintiffs who underwent revision surgery by November 3, 2014 to have allegedly defective metal-on-metal Rejuvenate and ABG II devices removed and replaced.
Lawsuits Filed Over Stryker’s Recalled Rejuvenate Hip Stem and ABG II Modular-Neck Hip Stem Implants Allege The Medical Devices Are Defective And Cause Metal Poisoning And Other Serious Health
Stryker agrees to pay more than $1 billion to settle hip replacement lawsuits for their recalled Rejuvenate and ABG II implants. Sacramento, California (PRWEB)
In Unprecedented Agreement, Company Must Pay For Future Complications Attributable To Faulty Devices WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Nov.
Case Funding firm reports J&J's DePuy Pinnacle model wins first Bellwether trial in Texas, as original Depuy ASR first settlement wave winds down by first quarter of 2015 and Bloomberg reports another
MAHWAH, N.J., Oct.
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