Complications From A Stryker Rejuvenate Hip Replacement?
Stryker hip implant lawsuits are mounting. Discuss your case with the Walkup Law Firm in a free consultation. Call (415) 981-7210 to learn more about your legal options.
Walkup Firm Files Individual Lawsuits For Stryker Clients – Not A Class Action
Many Stryker hip implant recipients are understandably concerned about being involved in a class action lawsuit. The legal team at Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger files only individual lawsuits on behalf of our Stryker implant clients.
Over the past 50 years, we have developed a strong reputation for fully preparing all our cases for trial. With this approach, our legal team ensures that our clients get the full attention they deserve and that they achieve maximum recovery for their injuries.
Know Your Legal Rights Before Contacting Broadspire Or Stryker
Medical device manufacturers often seek to settle potential lawsuits before individuals understand their legal rights. It is important to speak to an attorney before signing any authorization given to you by Stryker or its vendor, Broadspire.
Stryker aims to minimize its financial exposure for hip implant claims, which means that patients will often receive reimbursement that falls far below what they could obtain with the assistance of an experienced attorney.
Don’t Settle Your Stryker Hip Implant Case For Less Than You Are Entitled To
While the law varies from state to state, the common rules are that patients are entitled to recover the entirety of their medical bills (not just out-of-pocket expenses), their lost wages, and for the pain and discomfort caused by going through additional revision surgery.
Determining Whether You Have A Recalled Stryker Implant
As far as identifying the device, Walkup lawyers’ research and consultation with hip implant orthopedic experts revealed that Stryker and its distributors for the hip implant may have kept lists of patients who received the device. In addition, a quick look at the correct pages in a patient’s medical charts — not the entirety of the medical record — is enough to identify the device. There is no need to have a full set of medical records to determine if a patient has a Stryker hip implant. What is important to your recovery is documentation of the symptoms and side effects of a failed Stryker implant. We work closely with clients and medical providers to demonstrate physical harm and suffering.
Walkup Melodia handles Stryker hip implant lawsuits in California and nationwide. Because we file individual lawsuits, your case will not be lost in a crowd or settled without your input. We will deal with Stryker and Broadspire on your behalf to protect your rights and maximize your recovery.
Call our law office toll free at (415) 981-7210 or contact the Walkup firm online. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation by phone or in person with an experienced product liability attorney.