Michigan Hip Replacement Lawyers Now Accepting Stryker Hip Recall Lawsuits
00134733The Michigan personal injury law firm of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. are now actively handlingStryker hip recall lawsuits for patients suffering from complications. The law firm representspatients suffering complications, such as metallosis, difficulty walking or immobility, pseudotumors, or those who have had to undergo a revision surgery due to the defective nature ofthe Stryker him implants.Both the Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II were voluntarily recalled by the manufacturer lastyear due to high failure rates and serious complications resulting from the medical device.Both the Stryker Rejuvenate and Stryker ABG II, which were designed for primary total hiparthroplasty, are metal-on-metal hip replacement devices. This means that both the “balland socket” of the implant are both made out of metal.Stryker was founded in 1941 and is headquartered in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Themanufacturer has produced many models of hip implant devices; however the StrykerRejuvenate and ABG II were the only two models that were recalled. Stryker’s websiteprovides information about their recall, saying “We decided to voluntarily recall themodular-neck stem hip systems because there is potential for fretting and corrosion at themodular neck junction which may lead to adverse local tissue reactions.”There are many different complications a patient can suffer from after having a Stryker hipreplacement implanted. Some of the most common complications include: Severe hip in hip area Immobility or trouble walking Metallosis (also known as metal poisoning) Fluid collection in the hip area Pseudo Tumors Need for additional surgery/revision surgery“Patients who suffer from complications or have to undergo a revision surgery due thedefective nature of the Stryker hip replacement hip implant do have legal rights and shouldconsult with one of our experienced defective medical device lawyers immediately. Due tothe fact that Stryker hip replacement models were recalled and have been alreadyimplanted into patients, Stryker may be liable for those who do suffer complications. Oftentimes, these lawsuits result in significant settlements, as it seeks damages for pain andsuffering, as well as any medical costs incurred and future surgeries if required due to thedefective nature of the hip implant,” says Partner and Attorney Lawrence J. Buckfire.ABOUT BUCKFIRE & BUCKFIRE, P.C.Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. is a family-owned Michigan personal injury law firm representingpatients suffering complications associated with a Stryker hip replacement. The awardwinning attorneys offer a free, no obligation case evaluation, as well as No Fee Promise,which means no legal fees or costs until the case is won or settled. The law firm worksdirectly with other national law firms to get the best possible settlement for lawsuits againstStryker.
00134733To learn more about the Michigan Stryker hip replacement lawyers at Buckfire & Buckfire,P.C. call toll-free at (800) 606-1717 or visit the law firm website athttp://www.BuckfireLaw.com