It is our intention to help to preserve the legal rights of defective depuy hip replacement victims by educating our readers as to what their rights may actually be; what laws may apply; how frequent similar accidents occur; who may be legally at fault; time limits (statute of limitations) for taking action; and so on. It is our hope that by doing so, medical malpractice victim/survivors will gain a better understanding of their own legal rights and more wrongdoers will be held accountable.
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Study Shows Hip Implants More Likely to Fail in WomenEver since DePuy Orthopaedics – a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson – introduced the ASR hip replacement implant device to the American marketplace, thousands of lawsuits have piled up against the company claiming negligence
DePuy May Have Known of ASR Issues Since 2005It is possible that DePuy Orthopaedics was well-aware of the safety hazards associated with their metal-on-metal ASR hip replacement devices as far back as 2005
DePuy Defends its Defective Hip Replacement DevicesTthe ASR XL Acetabular System and ASR Hip Resurfacing System, frequently fail causing a wide variety of problems and symptoms in patients that have received the him implants.