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Stryker® Artificial Hip Implant Recall

LFIT™ Anatomic CoCR V40™ Femoral Head Lawsuits

Stryker® Corporation, a major medical device manufacturer, has announced a hip implant component recall affecting hundreds of thousands patients. The component is used in 14 different hip replacement products and has been linked to a number of serious complications, including metal poisoning, severe pain, and implant failure.

At Crumley Roberts, we want to help if you or a loved one:

  • Receive a letter about your hip replacement product from Stryker or your surgeon.
  • Experience serious hip replacement complications, side effects, or failure.
  • Believe your hip replacement device may be affected by the Stryker recall.

Our legal team knows that it can be difficult to identify which hip implant you or your loved one received, and we’re ready to assist you. We can help determine if you may be affected by the hip implant recall, and help protect your legal rights to compensation. There’s no cost or obligation to get started. Call 866-336-4547 or complete our free initial consultation form now.

Why were Stryker® hip implant components recalled?

The Stryker hip recall doesn’t actually include entire hip replacement products. Rather, it’s focused on one component—the LFIT™ Anatomic CoCR (Cobalt Chromium) V40™ femoral head—used in more than a dozen different Stryker hip products.

The metal piece is meant to replicate the rounded portion at the top of the femur bone that forms the “ball” in a natural ball and socket hip joint. According to Stryker, patients with the device have experienced higher-than-normal failure rates.

The recalled Stryker femoral head has been linked to an increased risk of:

  • Taper lock failure
  • Hip stem breakage
  • Hip stem trunnion issues
  • Dislocation
  • Joint instability
  • Bone fractures
  • Excessive metal debris within the body
  • Joint noise
  • Inflammation around the implant site
  • Severe pain

In some cases, painful and invasive surgery is required to correct side effects caused by Stryker hip replacement products using the recalled LFIT Anatomic CoCR V40 femoral head.

You don’t have to know the make and model of your hip implant device to protect your potential rights to compensation. At Crumley Roberts, we know how to research defective medical device cases, and can verify the model of your hip implant at no cost to you.

Get Help With Your Stryker® Hip Recall Lawsuit

If you or someone you love received a hip implant and experienced serious health complications or were notified of a recall, contact the Stryker hip implant lawyers at Crumley Roberts 24/7—just dial 866-336-4547 or fill out our free initial consultation form for a no-obligation evaluation of your case today.

Stryker® is a registered trademark of Stryker Corporation. LFIT™ and V40™ are trademarks of Stryker Corporation. This law firm is not associated with, sponsored by, or affiliated with Stryker Corporation.

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