In 2012, hip implant manufacturer Stryker recalled its ABG II Modular Hip Stem and the Rejuvenate Modular Neck Hip Stem due to the risk of implant failure and serious injuries to the implant recipients. However, thousands of people had already undergone hip revision surgeries using these defective devices. After two years of litigation, Stryker reached an agreement with the attorneys representing the victims. This settlement program allows patients to receive compensation for their injuries or to cover the cost of a second surgery to remove the defective device. In the following videos, our hip defect attorneys answer common questions about the Stryker settlement.