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DePuy Hip Implant Injury Attorneys

Serving Central Illinois

Companies offering hip implants should extensively test their products before offering them to patients. There are many other complications that can result from hip replacement surgery; an ineffective implant should not have to be one of them. In fact, the recall of an implant means many patients might have to undergo a second surgery and the discomforts, therapy, and time off work that comes with it.

If you have been injured or experienced pain or other symptoms due to the ineffective DePuy ASR Hip System, you have the right to seek compensation for the pain and discomfort you have suffered. Our team of implant injury attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C. can provide the information and support you need through this complicated process.

Possible Complications of Hip Replacement Surgery

New data shows that five years after implantation, approximately 12% of patients (1 in 8) who had received the ASR resurfacing device and 13% of patients (1 in 8) who had received the ASR total hip replacement needed to have a revision surgery.

About 300 hip replacement surgeries for Central Illinois patients using the DePuy hip systems were performed at Carle Foundation Hospital in Champaign, IL.

There are a number of complications that can arise as a result of a hip replacement surgery, some of which include:

  • Blood clots
  • Infections
  • Disconnected prostheses
  • Injuries to nerves
  • Fractures
  • Formation of extra bone
  • Dislocation of replaced hip

Before you sign anything with the company in question or say anything to their attorneys, it is in your interest to get a medical evaluation from your orthopedic surgeon. If you have to have a second surgery to repair damage or relieve pain from your initial hip surgery where the ASR Hip System was implanted, you should speak with an attorney immediately.

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The dedicated DePuy hip implant injury attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C. have the legal experience you need as you pursue compensation for a defective hip implant. Contact us at 217-328-2828 to learn more about your legal options.