Last week, the first of what will be many cases against the Stryker Corporation for their Rejuvenate and ABG-II modular hip implants was filed by our co-counsel C. Calvin Warriner of Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA in New Jersey. As we begin to file more and more of these cases, the full extent of the dangers of these hips will become known.
Since 2009, the Stryker Corporation sold thousands of its Rejuvenate and ABG-II modular hip implants
The Stryker Corporation has already voluntarily recalled both the Rejuvenate and ABG-II modular hip plants due to fears of the implant fretting and corroding. When these implants fret and corrode, metal fragments of chromium and cobalt can get into a person’s blood and surrounding tissue. These metal fragments of chromium and cobalt can cause swelling and severe pain in the hip. Also, in high enough doses, chromium and cobalt can cause damage to a person’s vital organs and even cancer.
The DiCello Law Firm has taken a leadership role in holding the Stryker Corporation accountable for their products. This will sadly not make a difference to those who have already had the Rejuvenate or ABG-II modular hip implant put in. But it can help prevent others from having to go through the pain of dealing with a defective hip implant.
Since 2009, the Stryker Corporation sold thousands of its Rejuvenate and ABG-II modular hip implants. If you or a loved one believes they had a Stryker Rejuvenate or ABG-II modular hip implant, call the DiCello Law Firm at 888-778-8880 today to learn more about the recall and your legal rights.
Learn more about how the DiCello Law Firm is helping those injured by the Stryker Rejuvenate hip implants
Click here to learn more about Stryker's voluntary recall of their Rejuvenate and ABG II hip implants.
"What about the patients who had a Stryker Rejuvenate hip implant?" is one of the many articles written by Mark DiCello about the Stryker Rejuvenate hip implant.
By: Mark Abramowitz