Our Florida Stryker hip implant lawsuit attorneys have been investigating Stryker lawsuits since 2012. Stryker hip implants were seen as an innovative solution to the hip problems suffered by those with arthritis. However, four hip replacement products manufactured by Stryker have shown the potential for corrosion within the body and other problems. Numerous complaints received by the FDA have prompted the regulating body to issue warning letters outlining defects in Stryker’s manufacturing process and complaints received from patients outfitted with the implants.
In July 2012, the company issued a second voluntary hip replacement recall of the Rejuvenate and ABG II modular-neck stem implants due to data which indicated that patients who received these devices were suffering from significant health issues and that a higher than normal number of patients needed full revision surgeries to correct these problems.
Signs of Malfunction
Stryker hip implant malfunction symptoms include:
- Infections at the implant site
- Bone fractures
- Pain and discomfort
- Swelling around the implant
- Squeaking during movement
- Loosening of the implant
- Corrosion of the implants
- High cobalt or chromium levels in the body
- Shed particles
- Tumor-like growths
Contact a Florida Stryker Hip Implant Lawyer
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If you or someone you care about has experienced symptoms like these within a few years of receiving a Stryker hip implant or hip implant components, you may need to make an appointment to see an orthopedist immediately. Research has shown that there is a chance the implant may be defective. Bernheim & Dolinsky, L.L.C. is reviewing potential Stryker hip implant lawsuits for individuals who have received certain components, including:
- Rejuvenate modular-neck hip stems
- ABG II modular-neck hip stems
Please contact one of our Florida defective hip attorneys today to discuss your case. We have convenient locations in Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach County, and Collier County. Bernheim and Dolinsky, LLC can be reached at 1-800-474-4089 or online to discuss the particular facts of your potential case. Our experienced dangerous products attorneys will discuss your potential case and explain what we can do for you.
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