Stryker COCR V40 Femoral Heads

Stryker Hip Replacement Recall Attorneys

2016 Stryker LFIT COCR V40 Femoral Head Recall

Stryker Orthopaedics has finally notified surgeons that they decided to voluntarily recall certain lots and sizes of their LFIT ANATOMIC COCR FEMORAL HEADS because of serious health risks to patients.  Unfortunately, many Americans were implanted with this hip replacement system, and many have experienced debilitating pain or forced to undergo a second revision surgery because of design flaws in this defective medical device.

Physicians began notifying patients of this recall by letter in late September of 2016.  If you received a notice of recall from your Orthopedic Surgeon, it is very important that you consult with an experienced attorney right away to ensure your legal rights are protected.

Get Help From Experienced Attorneys Who Are Leading The Charge

We will never refer your recalled Stryker hip case to another lawyer to handle.

Unlike many “advertising firms” who aggregate cases and refer them out, Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley, LLC handles all aspects of litigation and settlement. We have successfully handled hundreds of cases against Stryker arising out of their defective hip replacements since 2012, when the Federal Judge overseeing the National Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II hip replacement litigation appointed our law firm to leadership on behalf of approximately 11,000 patients making individual defective hip claims.

In fact, our law firm has been helping individual patients (not a class action) with failed Stryker LFIT-V40 Femoral Head claims since 2012 when we first realized these devices were failing prematurely. Well before this recent voluntary recall by Stryker, we invested in retaining world-class experts (medical, biomechanical engineering, metal toxicity, physical rehabilitation, economics, etc.), to support our claims and initiated lawsuits against Stryker on behalf of patients who were catastrophically injured as a result of their Accolade TMZF femoral stem and LFIT-V40 femoral head.

Call us at 1-800-959-3792 to speak to one of our Stryker Hip Recall lawyers personally.

Stryker LFIT V40 Femoral Head Design Flaws

Since this product was fast-tracked through the FDA by Stryker and became available to surgeons, there have been multiple reports of catastrophic failures where the cobalt and chromium heads of the patient’s hip implant corrode so badly that the head ultimately comes free from femoral stem, referred to by doctors as “spontaneous dissociation”. When this occurs it requires an invasive emergency surgery to remove both the femoral stem and and head (ball).

 In addition to spontaneous dissociations, many patients have reported corrosion of the device which causing the release of metal ions (cobalt and chromium) into the patient’s body.  These metal particles can trigger an immunological response called metallosis (metal poisoning), which can cause systemic damage to the patient’s entire body.

How Do I Know If I Have a Case?

If you were implanted with one of these defective Stryker medical devices, you likely received a recall letter from your Orthopedic Surgeon and/or Stryker/Broadspire in the mail.   If you are not sure whether you were implanted with one of the recalled devices, call us and we hill help you to get the information you need to find out. At no cost to you, we will investigate your claim and determine if you have a case. If you do, we will aggressively pursue maximum compensation on your behalf.  We work on a contingent fee basis, meaning there are never any costs or fees unless we have successfully resolved your claim.

Free Claim Evaluations with an Experienced Attorney

If you or someone you love suffered from the Stryker LFIT COCR V40 hip implant used in hip replacement surgery, you may be entitled to substantial compensation.  Contact our law firm today for a free, no-obligation consultation with an experienced lawyer who truly understands the nuances of this litigation.