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My name is Stuart Talley and I am the partner at Kershaw, Cook & Talley, LLP responsible for the Stryker Rejuvenate recall litigation. The reason I am doing this video today is to give an update on the status of the litigation. We had a status conference with the court yesterday and we wanted to provide an update on where we are with these cases. As many of you may know, the Stryker Rejuvenate litigation originally involved about eight thousand cases that were filed on behalf of people who had Stryker Rejuvenate hips. Most of those cases were consolidated in … Read More

There are approximately 6,000 Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II cases now pending around the country; most are in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Stryker made a global settlement offer for individuals who underwent revision surgery (replacing their Rejuvenate or ABG II hips) prior to November 3, 2014. The Stryker Settlement deadline (i.e. deadline to participate in the settlement) is now extended until March 16, 2015. There are specific requirements to fulfill before the settlement deadline. Various forms and documents (e.g. medical records) need to be submitted to the settlement claims administrator by the March 16th deadline. You must submit sufficient medical records to show you had a Stryker … Read More

On Thursday,  January 22nd, there was a status conference regarding In Re: Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II hip implant products liability litigation (MDL 13-2441). The conference occurred before Judge Donovan W. Frank in the United States District Court, District of Minnesota in St. Paul, Minnesota. The conference began with an update concerning the two-step process of the litigation. The first step was having all cases formally registered with the Defendant and the settlement processor. All plaintiffs should have registered their claims whether the case was filed, unfiled, qualified, or unqualified. It was reported that the majority of potential plaintiffs completed registration successfully. The second … Read More

The Stryker Modular Hip Settlement registration requires patients implanted with a Rejuvenate Modular hip or an ABG II Modular hip to submit basic information, pursuant to a court order. The court-ordered process applies to individuals regardless of whether they filed a claim or lawsuit, whether or not they underwent a qualified revision surgery (implant was removed before November 3, 2014), and whether or not they have legal representation. You must register by the December 19, 2014 deadline. You are not required to join the Settlement Program if you register. However, you must register your claims with the Claims Processor by Friday, December 19 if you intend to enroll and … Read More

Stryker Corp., a subsidiary of Howmedica Osteonics Corporation, faces lawsuits regarding the company’s recalled Accolade TMZF hip stem and LFIT anatomic  V40 femoral head. The lawsuits claim Stryker Corp. failed to warn the device may corrode, causing severe metal toxicity (metallosis) in patients. Stryker Corp. is also the manufacturer of the defective Rejuvenate and ABG II modular-neck stems, which were recalled in July 2012. The Accolade TMZF was later recalled in October 2012. According to the FDA, the manufacturer’s reason for the recall was due to grit blast media, which was observed in the drive hole. Grit blast media, a term referring to any fine … Read More