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Stryker Hip Implants: Important Recall Information

Personal injury law firm, Whiting Law Group is reaching out to surgery patients whose Stryker hip replacements have failed. The firm of winning personal injury lawyers is spreading the news that Stryker Rejuvenate hip implant products were recalled by the manufacturer after a number of reports of premature product-failure.

About the Stryker Hip Implant Recall

A publicly traded company, Stryker issued recalls on two of its hip replacement products:

  • The Stryker ABG II modular-neck stem used for total hip replacement surgery; and
  • The Stryker Rejuvinate modular-neck stem hip implant.

Stryker recalled both of these products on July 6, 2012 because the metal of the neck and stem can corrode and fret, releasing toxic metal ions, which can damage tissue and bones around the hip implant. This can cause severe pain, inflammation, metal poisoning, bone damage, tissue death, pseudotumers, gait problems and other serious problems. With some victims, surgery may be required to remove and replace the recalled Stryker hip product. (Read the hip recall press release issued by Stryker.)

Getting the Help You Deserve

As a personal injury law firm, Whiting Law Group has much experience in product liability litigation. Founder and Managing Partner, Timothy M. Whiting, and his colleagues will review your case for free, to help you to determine to what compensation you may be entitled. Our lawyers and team of medical experts will work with you to ascertain the how this product has negatively affected your life – and will help build a strong case with you.

As a firm, Whiting Law Group has more than a decade of experience protecting the rights of those injured in product liability cases across the country.

If you or a loved on have been injured as a result of a recalled Stryker hip implant, please contact Tim Whiting for a free consultation about your case. Call us toll-free on 877-936-7200, email us on or complete our FREE case review form.