Stryker® Corporation is facing scrutiny regarding a component used in 14 of its hip replacement products, and hundreds of thousands of patients may be affected. The defective hip implant part—the LFIT™Anatomic CoCR V40™femoral head—is linked to a variety of serious medical complications, such as metal poisoning, severe pain, and implant failure requiring surgery to correct.
Our attorneys have experience helping patients harmed by defective medical devices, and we’re ready to provide a free, no-obligation consultation if you or a loved one:
- Receive a recall notification from Stryker Corporation or your surgeon.
- Suffer hip implant complications, side effects, or failure.
- Suspect your artificial hip may be affected by the Stryker LFIT femoral head recall.
The Stryker LFIT hip component is widely used. If you or a loved one have been affected, we’re here to help protect your rights. Our legal team can investigate your medical records or talk to your surgeon to help determine if you may be entitled to compensation. Call or contact us online now to get started—it only takes a few minutes to get the experienced help you deserve.
What is the defective metal hip component?
The Stryker hip issue is focused on a single component used in more than a dozen hip replacement products—the LFIT Anatomic CoCR (Cobalt Chromium) V40 femoral head. The part replicates the “ball” (or femoral head) at the top of the femur bone that forms a ball and socket hip joint and has failed at a higher-than-expected rate.
Patients with recalled Stryker hip replacement components may experience:
- Hip replacement failure
- Hip stem breakage
- Implant dislocation
- Difficulty standing or balancing
- Bone fractures
- Metal poisoning (metallosis)
- Joint noise
- Inflammation near implant site
- Severe pain
In some cases, surgery is required to correct Stryker hip replacement complications caused by the recalled LFIT Anatomic CoCR V40 femoral head.
Get Help With Your Stryker® Hip Replacement Lawsuit
Our law firm has the knowledge and resources to research defective hip implant cases, and we can determine your rights to compensation at no cost to you. If you or someone you love experienced serious hip replacement complications or were notified of a recall, contact our legal team to get help now.
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