Lawyers for Stryker Hip Metallic Poisoning Lawsuit in Twin Cities, St. Cloud, Rochester, MN

Attorneys Fred Pritzker and David Szerlag recently won over $40,000,000 for clients injured by an unsafe medical product. They are now representing many people in Minnesota who have metallic poisoning from Stryker hip replacement products. Many of our clients have had or are scheduled to have revision surgery, which removes and replaces the defective Stryker Rejuvenate parts (modular stem and neck). In the image to the right, you can see the corrosion on a Stryker stem and neck that was removed from one of our many clients during revision surgery.

Fred and David are spearheading this litigation against Stryker, which recalled its Rejuvenate and ABG II artificial hip components . They are available for a free consultation to patients with defective hip implants. Contact Fred and David here and talk to them for free about your case and a lawsuit against Howmedica Osteonics Corporation, dba Stryker Orthopaedics (“Stryker”).

Doctors in Minnesota implanted Stryker Rejuvenate and ABGII parts in patients before the FDA released information stating that the agency had received hundreds of reports of metallic poisoning (cobalt and chromium) associated with these products. Most of these hip replacement surgeries were done in the Twin Cities, St. Cloud and Rochester areas. Fred and David are representing many of these patients in cases against Stryker. We are not suing the doctors.

Fred and David know that people like you have many questions about these artificial hips. You should contact them here for a free consultation if you have had a hip replacement and are in pain, have swelling or otherwise feel that your hip is defective.

Metallic poisoning destroys tissue around the hip implant parts (stem, neck and head). When the metal ions migrate to other parts of the body, it can lead to problems with the eyes, heart, kidneys, brain and other organs.  As long as the defective Stryker hip parts (stem and neck) are in the body, additional damage can be done. That is why doctors are removing and replacing these artificial hip products in a procedure called revision surgery.

Many of our clients have already had revision surgery, which is highly invasive because the Stryker stem, implanted in the femur, has to be removed.  Our clients have suffered severe pain and have gate issues because of these products.  If you have had revision surgery, you need help and to hold Stryker accountable for the damage they caused. Contact Fred and David for a free consultation here about a Stryker hip lawsuit.

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