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2014-09-04 23:02:06

The Firm is representing numerous clients in DePuy Pinnacle hip lawsuits who allegedly suffered serious complications associated with a metal-on-metal version of the Pinnacle Hip Replacement System.

2014-09-03 23:02:52

First Bellwether Trial of DePuy Pinnacle Hip Lawsuit Will Serve as Test Case to Gauge Strength of Plaintiffs’ Claims, Provide Clues to Juror Rulings in Similar Metal-on-Metal Hip Lawsuits Reports

2014-09-02 23:02:25

The Firm is representing numerous Pinnacle hip lawsuit clients who were allegedly harmed by a metal-on-metal version of the DePuy Pinnacle Hip Replacement System. New

2014-09-02 12:28:44

DRAPER, Utah, Sept.

2014-08-27 23:02:44

The Firm represents a number of DePuy ASR hip lawsuit clients who suffered chronic pain, metallosis, premature device failure and other serious complications allegedly due to the recalled metal-on-metal

2014-08-26 23:02:23

The Firm is representing numerous DePuy Pinnacle Hip Lawsuit Clients who suffered metallosis, premature device failure and other serious complications, allegedly due to a metal-on-metal version

2014-08-24 23:01:47

The Firm is representing numerous plaintiffs in Pinnacle hip lawsuits, all of whom allegedly suffered serious injuries due to a metal-on-metal version of the DePuy Pinnacle Hip Replacement System.

2014-08-23 23:02:03

The Firm is evaluating Wright hip lawsuits on behalf of individuals who allegedly suffered serious complications due to Wright Conserve hip implants, as well as Wright Profemur hip replacements.

2014-08-20 23:04:37

The firm is actively filing DePuy ASR lawsuits on behalf of those who have suffered metallosis, premature device failure, and other serious complications allegedly caused by the metal-on-metal


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