Stryker Hip Recall - Stryker Hip Recall Lawsuit - Rejuvenate and ABG II Hip Implant Lawyers
In June 2012, Stryker® Corporation initiated a voluntary recall of two of its hip replacement systems: The Stryker Rejuvenate® modular and Stryker ABG II® modular-neck hip stems. There may be potential risks associated with some of these devices including possible corrosion and fretting. If you or a loved one have been impacted, you may be entitled to financial compensation from the manufacturer. Call Vanderhyde & Associates today to get the facts and see if you qualify. Operators are standing by.
Call Toll Free 1-866-777-2557 or simply fill out the contact form below and a Stryker Hip Recall Lawyer will contact you as soon as possible to discuss your options. This is a free, no obligation consultation. Call now. There are no legal fees unless you win your case and receive money.
Stryker Hip Implant Recall
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I know if I am affected? A simple blood test can be administered by your doctor to determine whether or not there is a problem with your implant. Additionally, certain diagnostic tests are also available such as an MRI or X-ray to help your doctor determine the proper course of action. In some instances, your doctor may recommend a second surgery to remove the old implant and replace it with a new one.
I can’t afford a lawyer, how can I pay for litigation? Our firm handles cases on a ‘no fee unless you win’ basis (this is called a contingency fee agreement). There are no legal fees or bills to you unless you receive financial compensation at the end of the case. If you lose your case, you don’t owe any legal fees to our Law Firm.
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