Revision Surgery & Claim Eligibility Video Transcript Some of our clients have been suffering pain and symptoms that are associated with the implantation of a metal-on-metal device. But, for various medical reasons, [they] have not been able to have a revision surgery or [they] have elected not to have revision surgery at this point. However, …. Read More
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Hip Replacement Lawsuit Settlement Video Transcript There have been several settlements with various manufacturers of metal-on-metal hips. There is currently a settlement deal that is pending against the Stryker defendants. Last year, Johnson & Johnson Depuy proposed a settlement for the majority of the cases in their proceeding. There have been settlement talks in the …. Read More
Plaintiffs who have filed suit against Johnson & Johnson and DePuy Orthopedics for their recalled ASR hip implants have little time left to decide whether to enter into a tolling agreement. The January 31, 2015 tolling agreement deadline effects plaintiffs in cases coordinated under a 2010 multi-district litigation (also known as an MDL, which streamlines …. Read More
For eligibility, a patient needs to have had a Stryker Rejuvenate or ABG II hip implant device and have received surgery to remove the device. In some circumstances, patients who have not received surgery to remove the device may be eligible.
Stryker Corporation announced in November 2014 it will pay over $1 billion to patients who had surgery to replace certain defective metal-on-metal hip replacements. The settlement, which resulted from mediation conducted simultaneously with the litigation, was announced in Superior Court in Hackensack, New Jersey, where approximately 4,000 cases from around the country had been consolidated. …. Read More