Stryker Hip Replacement in Delray Beach
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, more than 300,000 individuals ages 45 and over, have total hip replacements every year. Delray Beach residents are among the thousands of patients who undergo that procedure. While a successful replacement can improve health, mobility and reduce pain, a faulty replacement can cause significant complications and leave patients in extreme pain.
Stryker Orthopedics, the medical company that produces artificial hip replacement systems, has recalled several of its products thanks to consumer concerns and significant failures in patients. These implants have caused major problems, leading not only to additional medical costs, but also to pain and suffering by patients.
The legal team at Frankl & Kominsky is working to help victims of faulty Stryker hip replacement in Delray Beach, Florida. Our attorneys are advocates for clients and urge anyone with problems from the Stryker ABG II Modular Stems, Rejuvenate and Accolade modular-neck hip stems hip Replacements to contact them to understand your rights.Stryker Complications
Without intervention, patients who received a faulty Stryker implants can suffer serious damage. The primary problem with the Rejuvenate, ABG II and Accolade systems is corrosion from metal pieces shedding from the device and entering other parts of the body.
The potential negative impacts of a faulty Stryker implant include a number of possible problems. For example, metal pieces from the replacement can shed particles of potentially poisonous metals, causing tissue poisoning. That can kill tissue around the area, dissolve surrounding bone tissue, contaminate the blood stream, cause growths in the surrounding area, or lead to weakened bones.
All of these complications are serious and can impact patients in Delray Beach, Florida, and around the country.Stryker Recalls
The latest voluntary recall of the Accolade systems by Stryker comes after a previous recall of the Rejuvenate and ABG II systems. Those recalls resulted in thousands of lawsuits by patients hurt by the products. To settle those suits, Stryker paid an estimated $1 billion.
Unfortunately, the company did not alter its practices or technology, and continued to manufacture and sell metal-on-metal systems which continued to cause problems for patients.Legal Help from Frankl & Kominsky
At Frankl & Kominsky, we are tireless advocates for patients in Delray Beach and around the region suffering from faulty Stryker implants. Delray residents who have had a defective hip implant removed, had a revision surgery, or who have been advised that they need a revision surgery regarding a Stryker product may be entitled to compensation and/or reimbursement of medical costs. Our experts understand the legal standard for suits, and will tackle the process on behalf of clients.
If you live in Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, or other South Florida areas and believe you may be entitled to compensation from a faulty Stryker implant, please call us at (855) 800-8000 or contact us online. We will evaluate your case and help navigate the legal process. We speak Spanish and Creole.