Stryker Rejuvenate and AEG II Hip Implant Litigation
Forty-one lawsuits claiming injury against the makers of Stryker Rejuvenate and Stryker AEG II total hip replacement systems have been consolidated and transferred by the United States Judicial Panel on multidistrict litigation to the U.S. District Court of Minnesota. Stryker Orthopedics issued a recall of its Rejuvenate and AEG II modular-neck stems in July 2012. For those patients who received metal-on-metal hip replacements, they may file lawsuits against the manufacturers for money damages related to their injuries.
Some of the more common complaints of pain include those who suffer radiating pain into the groin and back. Others have complained about difficulty standing or walking and a necrosis of body tissue, bone and soft tissue damage. Because of the metallic substance in the blood stream, some of those with these implants have suffered metallosis, elevated cobalt or chromium levels in the blood.
In addition, recipients of the Stryker hip implant have suffered from implant loosening, destruction of cells, ostelysis, device failure, and the need for additional revision surgeries to correct or replace the hip implant.
The hip implant recall attorneys, Kreisman Law Offices, have more than 40 years of experience in medical device defect cases like this Stryker Rejuvenate and Stryker AEG II hip implants. If you or someone you know has been injured or believes they have been injured by a Stryker hip implant device, please call us for a free consultation. You may be able to file a lawsuit to cover compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering and other damages resulting from difficulties associated with the Stryker implants. There is no cost and no obligation for a case review. Please call us 24 hours a day at 312.346.0045 or toll free 800.583.8002 for a free and immediate consultation or complete a contact form online or by email at email@example.com.
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