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Smith & Nephew Hip Replacement

The defective medical product attorneys at the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky provide legal support and representation to any plaintiff seeking to pursue a legitimate Smith & Nephew Hip Replacement lawsuit. In order to successfully take on large medical device companies, it is necessary to have a competent Smith & Nephew Hip Replacement attorney to help you navigate the legal hurdles. Contact a Smith & Nephew Hip Replacement lawyer to schedule a free consultation and learn how we can help you secure a just Smith & Nephew Hip Replacement settlement.

Smith & Nephew manufactures hip replacement systems called the Birmingham Hip Replacement (BHR) and the R3 Acetabular System, which has been known to cause many of the same problems as other hip replacement systems.

In 2007, a recall was issued for 185 Smith & Nephew Hip Replacements after a third-party contracter mislabeled a number of the items, causing incorrectly sized parts to be implanted into patients.

More recently, the ceramic liners on the R3 system were recalled by the FDA. Some of the liners had incorrectly place titanium rings, which pressed with higher force than authorized by the manufacturers.

Generally symptoms of a defective hip implant include extreme discomfort, sleeplessness, and fracturing of metal parts.

If a patient has had a defective prosthetic hip implanted, then he or she will probably have to undergo a painful and expensive hip revision surgery.

If you or a loved one has been injured as result of a defective Smith & Nephew Hip Replacement, contact our attorneys today to schedule a free consultation; you may be entitled to compensation, and we believe that all injured parties deserve to extract just recompense from those who cause undue harm and suffering.

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