Hip Replacement Claim

Hip Replacement Claim

Hip Replacement Claim

As people grow older, they will often begin feeling pain or stiffness in their joints. While non-invasive treatments may work for some to fight inflammation, some people may need a partial or total hip replacement to achieve comfort.

More than 600,000 hip implant devices were installed on patients in the United States between 2012 and 2018. That number is only expected to rise as the aging population continues to grow. Unfortunately, the hip replacement that was supposed to provide support can often come with severe side effects.

Many hip implant devices have been recalled because they are defective. Known settlements against hip implant device manufacturers already amount to at least $2.2 billion. If you have suffered any medical problem after receiving a hip implant device, you might be entitled to compensation.

Hip replacement lawsuits are often filed to help patients with severe side effects due to design flaws or defects. Side effects often include nerve damage, bone loss, metal poisoning, infection, allergic reaction, and many other serious medical concerns.

Hip Replacement Lawsuits

There are thousands of current lawsuits underway against several leading hip replacement companies, including Stryker, DePuy, Smith & Nephew, Zimmer Biomet, and others. Many of these lawsuits have been consolidated under multidistrict litigation to reduce duplicates and ensure efficiency.

Graves McLain represents hip replacement patients throughout the country in lawsuits against Stryker Corporation and other defective hip implant manufacturers to obtain compensation for their pain, suffering, lost wages, and other losses from the failure of their Stryker hip implants.

It will not cost you anything upfront if Graves McLain represents you in your defective medical device case. All cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. If there is no recovery, there is no legal fee.

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Graves McLain represents hip replacement patients throughout the country in lawsuits against Stryker Corporation and other defective hip implant manufacturers to obtain just compensation for their pain, suffering, lost wages, and other losses from the failure of their Stryker hip implants.

It will not cost you anything upfront if Graves McLain represents you in your defective medical device case. All cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. If there is no recovery, there is no legal fee.

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The Rejuvenate Modular Primary Hip System and the AGB II Modular Hip System are trademarks of Stryker Corporation. These trademarks are used for informational and product identification purposes only. Graves McLain is not affiliated with Stryker, and nothing on this website is authorized or approved by Stryker Corporation.

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