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Kershaw, Cook & Talley is dedicated to protecting the legal rights of patients affected by the hip replacement device recall. We are prepared to devote our substantial resources through trial. Our expert medical lawyers represented thousands of victims of defective medical devices, dangerous drugs, and consumer products in cases throughout the country, generating hundreds of millions of dollars in recoveries for our clients and the classes we represented.

If you, or a loved one, had hip replacement surgery, contact your doctor to find out if the ASR Hip System was used. It is important you do not sign anything from Johnson & Johnson or DePuy before speaking with a medical device recall attorney!

What Are the Most Common Types of Defective Hips?

Multiple different hip manufacturers have marketing dangerously defective devices. The company DePuy, which is owned by Johnson & Johnson, is responsible for several of these models, including:

Both of these defective hip systems have been the subject of highly publicized lawsuits, many of which are still ongoing. If you need help with a claim related to a DePuy hip, then our attorneys can help.

What Are Common Symptoms of Hip Replacement Failure?

Hip replacement failure happens when the implant loosens from the bone. When the implant comes loose, then the bone may break or the socket may become dislocated. This is painful, debilitating, and expensive to treat. Some of the most common hip replacement failure symptoms include:

  • Hip, groin, leg or lower back pain and/or swelling
  • Problems walking
  • Extreme fatigue or decline in physical ability
  • Audible clicking or crunching sounds coming from the hip area
  • Inflammation and infection
  • A sensation of hip dislocation
  • Elevated metal levels (ie. cobalt or chromium) in the bloodstream

Prolonged hip replacement problems that may require revision surgery include:

  • Loosening or detachment of the implant
  • Fracture of the bone around the implant
  • Dislocation of the two parts of the implant
  • Excessively high metal levels (ie. cobalt or chromium) in the bloodstream

If your hip implant failed, then the manufacturing company may be to blame for your injuries and damages. An attorney can assist you in investigating the cause of your injuries and can explain your options for compensation.

Questions? Contact Our Hip Replacement Attorneys Today

ASR recall or other defective hip questions? Please contact Kershaw, Cook & Talley for a free and confidential case evaluation at 888-997-5170, or fill out the contact form found throughout our site.

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