Do you have a DePuy ASR, Pinnacle, or Pinnacle Ultramet? Did you know that the ASR was recalled in 2010, and that Pinnicle models are beginning to show some of the same defects? These problems include loosening parts, fractures, dislocations, pain, and metallosis – elevated Chromium and Cobalt levels in blood.
Many patients have encountered very serious problems with these devices in recent years. According to some hip surgeons, these metal-on-metal hip implants wear out prematurely, causing the patient’s body to absorb significant amounts of metal debris. Many DePuy hip replacement victims require a revision surgery to replace the defective unit with a different one.
If you have experienced any of these issues, you should absolutely consider speaking with an attorney.
Did My Doctor Use a DePuy Hip Implant?
If you or a loved one had hip replacement surgery and suspect your surgeon may have implanted a DePuy Hip Replacement, you should contact your doctor right away to determine the make and model of your hip replacement device. You should request this information even if you are not currently experiencing pain or problems with your hip replacement, in case you have complications down the road.
Can I Bring DePuy Hip Replacement Lawsuit?
Many patients who have experienced problems with these hip replacement devices have filed defective medical device lawsuits against the manufacturer.
Our experienced DePuy hip replacement lawyers are investigating potential claims for hip replacement patients who suspect they received a DePuy Hip Replacement and suffered from:
Put Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley to Work for You
We take each and every defective medical device case with the utmost seriousness. Most of the victims of these products are those that are least able to deal with the consequences. Call us at 8004744089, and let Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley show you what we can do.
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