Did You Undergo Revision Surgery after a Metal Hip Implant Failure?
DePuy, Zimmer, Johnson & Johnson, Stryker, Wright Medical Technology, Biomet, and others are facing a Metal Hip Implant Revision Surgery Lawsuit for manufacturing metal on metal hip implants. The 500,000 Americans who underwent the revision surgery are entitled to compensation. If you are somebody who went through this you may qualify to join the Metal Hip Implant Surgery Class Action Investigation!
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Metal-On-Metal Hip Implants: What To Know
This procedure is a type of a total hip replacement device where both the “ball” and the “socket” of the hip joint are made of metal. According to reports, this metal hip joint is widely preferred because it’s expected to last longer than other hip replacement products. The said implants are also intended for stability and less risk to hip joint dislocation, compared to plastic. Unfortunately, it poses several issues.
It is possible that you or somebody you know may be an eligible class member for the potential Metal Hip Implant Surgery Class Action. Feel free to contact us today if you have replaced or requires a replacement for your metal on metal hip implant because of the following issues below:
- Metal on metal hip implant failed and needs early replacement
- Hip dislocation
- Toxic substances such as chromium or cobalt leaks in your bloodstream
- Degenerative Heart Disease or Cardiomyopathy
- Possible bone fractures due to loss of bone strength or structure
- Tissue death for any tissue surrounding the implant
- Non-cancerous tumors or pseudotumors around the hip implant
- Cobalt poisoning
- Metallosis or metal poisoning due to chromium or cobalt particles from the hip implant leaking into nearby tissue or the patient’s bloodstream
Editor’s note on the Metal Hip Implant Surgery Class Action Investigation:
This article is crafted to inform you about the Metal Hip Implant Revision Surgery Lawsuit Investigation. If you have undergone metal-on-metal hip implants and encountered the issues mentioned above, we urge you to contact us today!
If you are considered eligible to be among the class of consumers described in the article above, you may eventually be able to participate in receiving any compensation the court may award.Contact Us
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