Stryker Hip Recall Lawsuit
A global settlement was announced that will help thousands of individuals who have had complications involving their defective Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Hip replacements. The settlement, one of the largest of its kind, will have an unlimited fund to compensate patients for their damages, and will potentially provide an excess of one billion dollars in restitution to injured individuals throughout the United States.
Call us today at 1.800.887.8029 to see if you qualify for this settlement. We will walk you through the settlement process, discuss the potential ranges of compensation you may recover. Have questions? Stryker Hip Settlement Frequently Asked Questions
Stryker Hip MDL and Lawsuit
Zimmerman Reed filed the first motion to the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) to consolidate all Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II hip claims to a single federal judge in Minnesota. On June 12, 2013, the JPML granted Zimmerman Reed’s motion and transferred all 41 Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II hip replacement lawsuits initially filed in federal court and any future federal claims to Judge Donovan Frank who is presiding over the Multidistrict Litigation (MDL). Read the Transfer Order. Judge Frank appointed Charles Zimmerman as one of the lead attorneys assigned to represent Stryker plaintiffs across the nation in the MDL. Learn more about the Stryker Hip Lawsuit.
Patients Have Experienced The Following
- Fretting (wear) and/or corrosion at the modular-neck junction possibly leading to osteolysis (bone dissolution)
- Joint loosening/dislocation
- Excessive metal debris leading to metal ion generation
- Inflammation of tissues leading to metallosis, necrosis (death of tissues) and/or pain
- Hypersensitivity/allergic response
- Broken devices
- Adverse Local Tissue Reaction (ALTR)
Any of the symptoms above may indicate that revision surgery is required.
Stryker Hip Recall Implants
- Rejuvenate Modular Hip System
- ABG II modular-neck hip stem