If you have a failed hip replacement that was needed due to a work injury you may have a claim against the Manufacturer of the hip replacement as well as a workers compensation claim.
A faulty hip replacement needed for a work injury may cause permanent disability and ongoing loss of income. For some, having a hip replacement surgery can get them back on their feet and back to work; but for others, need revision surgeries due to a faulty hip replacement.
About Hip Replacements
Stryker has just voluntarily recalled some of their metal V40 femoral heads used with the following Stryker Hip Replacement implants: Exeter Hip Replacement, Citation Hip Replacement, Meridian Hip Replacement, Reliance Hip Replacement, Definition Hip Replacement, Restoration and Accolade.
Lawyers Accepting Work Injury Resulting in a Need For Revision Surgery Due To These Faulty Hip Replacments
Stryker Rejuvenate Modular Neck Cases – All
Stryker ABG II Modular neck Cases – All
Stryker Exeter Hip Replacement, Citation Hip Replacement, Meridian Hip Replacement, Reliance Hip Replacement, Definition Hip Replacement, Restoration
Stryker Accolade (TMZF) Stem cases with Cobalt Chromium modular heads. These stems have the potential for significant head neck corrosion – All cases with Metallosis.
Wright Medical Conserve Cup (MOM) cases – ALL
Wright Medical Profemur Stem Cases (this is their modular neck design)- These are prone to Fracture (either the titanium or CoCr necks) and Metallosis. ALL.
Depuy ASR and Depuy Pinnacle Metal on Metal (MOM) with modular heads
Zimmer Durom Cup cases with modular heads greater than 36 mm.
Zimmer M/L Taper Kinectiv Stem cases (this is their Modular neck design)
Biomet M2A 38mm / Magnum MOM
DJO / Encore MOM hip cases. All cases with revision surgery
Omnilife Apex Arc
Smith & Nephew R3 (MOM) cup cases
Smith & Nephew SMF stem.
Contact us today for All Hip Replacements with a diagnosis of Chromium or Cobalt blood toxicity