STRYKER HIP RECALL LAWSUITS SETTLEMENT INFORMATION 2014
A potential settlement of many already pending STRYKER HIP RECALL LAWSUITS was announced on November 3, 2014. This offer to settle cases is limited to those patients, or victims, that had a revision of their STRYKER REJUVENATE or ABGII modular hip stem. While this offer applies to those persons that already addressed their recalled hip, there are thousands of potential claimants to which the potential settlement does not presently apply. Our office continues to investigate any and all such claims on behalf of victims. You can speak directly with an attorney versed in the settlement and litigation by submitting a Confidential Request for Help.
STRYKER SETTLEMENT INFORMATION FROM 2013
As announced in December 2013, there have been a select number of lawsuits, or claims, involving theSTRYKER REJUVENATE that have been the subject of ongoing settlement negotiations. While settlement details remain confidential, between lawyers and their client(s), there have in fact been some cases that were settled with STRYKER.
In December 2013, Fierce Medical Devices reported in, “Stryker Agrees to Settle Four Metal Hip Lawsuits as Hundreds More Loom“, by Mark Hollmer, that four (4) claimants had successfully negotiated settlements through their STRYKER HIP RECALL LAWSUIT LAWYERS. At the time, this was part of a court ordered Mediation or settlement conference overseen by a neutral third party. It is anticipated that STRYKER will continue to consider cases for settlement through legal process in a number of legal venues. Contact us for more information by submitting the “Confidential Request” Form on the right.
STRYKER HIP RECALL LAWSUITS have grown exponentially since 2012 when the company announced their market withdrawal or recall of the REJUVENATE and ABG II Modular Neck Stem System. Please use the form on this page to contact us for more information and a case evaluation to see if you or your case qualify for our investigation.
Our office is investigating potential lawsuits involvingSTRYKER’S RECALL of the REJUVENATE & ABG II modular neck femoral hip systems. This market withdrawal was announced in July of 2012.
It is estimated that nearly 20,000 STRYKER REJUVENATES & ABG II modular neck femoral systems were implicated in the recall.
The recall was announced following reports of fretting and corrosion of implanted REJUVENATE & ABG II modular femoral neck systems. Due to fretting and corrosion, material may be released into tissue surrounding the hip replacment and lead to symptoms or complications that included, but are not limited to the followiing:
METAL IONS IN THE BLOOD
RENAL FUNCTION IMPAIRMENT
Patients that received a STRYKER REJUVENATE or ABG II hip implant after 2009, are encouraged to seek legal counsel and contact their treating physician.