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Published on June 16, 2017

J&J’s $151 Million Hip Lawsuit Problem

Johnson & Johnson Asks For New Trial in $151 Million Hip Lawsuit Judgment

Dallas, TX Johnson & Johnson and its DePuy Orthopaedics unit have filed a brief asking an appeals court to reconsider denial of their motion for a new trial that resulted in a $151 million judgment against those manufacturers on a Pinnacle hip implant …

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Stryker Hip Litigation Consolidated in New Jersey State Court

With a growing number of Stryker hip replacement lawsuits continuing to be filed in New Jersey over problems with the recalled LFit V40 femoral head, the state court litigation has been centralized before one judge for coordinated pretrial proceedings.

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State-Based Stryker Hip Implant Failure Lawsuits Consolidated in New Jersey

The calendar ticking over to a new month coincided with the release of a decision by the New Jersey Supreme Court approving the consolidation of all pending and future state-based hip replacement implant failure lawsuits against Howmedica …

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California Stryker Accolade LFit V40 Hip failure lawsuit

According to Ulrich, the premature failure of a Stryker Accolade TMZF hip stem and Stryker LFit V40 Anatomic femoral head, caused severe bone loss, painful rehab treatment and revision surgery to remove the failed hip replacement components in 2016.

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Defective Hip Implant Makers Busy with Recalls, Lawsuits and Settlements

Defective Hip Implant Makers Busy with Recalls, Lawsuits and Settlements Companies recently having “issues” with their hip devices include Accolade, Smith and Nephew, Depuy, Zimmer Biomet and Stryker.

Just over the past year, Stryker has been named …

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Judge Awards $2 Million Verdict in Defective Hip Implant Lawsuit

D-202-CV-2013-04060, Second Judicial District, County of Bernalillo, State of New Mexico after he suffered a post-surgical infection from a hip implant surgery involving the M/L Taper Hip Prosthesis with Kinectiv Technology (MLTK) and a cobalt-chromium …

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The FDA Shortcut to a Hip Replacement Lawsuit

Bergen, NJ It was back in 2008 that Hip Replacement Implant Failure caught up with Zimmer, when its Alumina Ceramic Femoral Head component was subject to a Class 2 recall by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

According to the official recall …

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