Stryker® Hip Implant Recall
We Stand Up for Our Clients, Community, and Each Other
Hundreds of thousands of patients across the United States who have received Stryker® artificial hip implants may be affected by the recall of a metal hip implant component that has been linked to serious complications such as severe pain, metal poisoning, and implant failure.
If you received a letter from Stryker® or your surgeon regarding your hip implant, have experienced serious side effects related to your hip replacement device, or believe that you may be affected by the recall, please do not hesitate to contact our firm.
Let Crumley Roberts Help You
At Crumley Roberts, we care about our clients and their families. Our hip implant recall lawyers are dedicated to helping patients who have been adversely affected by Stryker® hip replacement products. When you work with our firm, you will find that we will put your needs first as we pursue compensation on your behalf. Because we work on a contingent fee basis, you do not have to worry about up-front costs and pay no legal fees unless we win your case. Through every stage of your case, we will keep you informed and will be there for you to offer support, answer your questions, and address your concerns as they arise.
We’re 30 Years Strong, and We’re Just Getting Started
The Stryker® hip implant recall affects one component of the company’s hip replacement products: the LFIT™ Anatomic CoCR (Cobalt Chromium) V40™ femoral head. It can be found in 14 different hip replacement products manufactured by Stryker® and was used in hundreds of thousands of hip replacement surgeries across the country.
This metal implant may be linked to the following problems:
- Hip socket dislocation
- Hip stem breakage
- Bone fractures
- Joint instability
- Metal particles released into the body
- Joint noise
- Inflammation at the implant site
- Severe pain
- Taper lock failure
- Hip stem trunnion issues
In handling Stryker® hip implant lawsuits, our goal is to stand up for our clients and the community. We believe that, by increasing awareness of medical device defects and their dangers, we can help prevent similar situations from occurring to others in the future.