Depuy Hip Replacement

Depuy, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, is a manufacturer of metal-on-metal hip replacement systems, which have been marketed throughout the United States as being more durable and harder to dislocate than more traditional types of implants. Unfortunately, concerns have resulted in the recall of some of these implants, including ASR and ASR XL hip replacement systems.

Some of these complications from defective hip replacement systems have included infection, inflammation, muscle damage, tendon damage and nerve damage.

At Clark, Hunt, Ahern & Embry in Cambridge, we assist clients who have been injured as a result of defective medical devices. We work closely with our clients to learn the true effect the injury is having on them personally as well as on their families. The information provided by the medical experts we consult with, in addition to our own investigative and trial skills, allows us to build a strong case for our clients.

Defective Medical Product Attorneys in Boston

In August of 2010, DePuy recalled its ASR and ASR XL hip replacement systems after pressure from the FDA over the systems' high failure rates.

As the ball-and-joint scrape against each other, particles of metal debris wear off and can float freely within the joint. This debris can become embedded into nearby tissues or enter the bloodstream, causing medical complications including heart failure, thyroid problems, blindness and cognitive impairment.

Experienced Massachusetts Depuy Hip Replacement Lawyers

Contact us at Clark, Hunt, Ahern & Embry to schedule a free initial consultation and discuss a defective Depuy hip replacement claim in Massachusetts. We take injury cases on a contingency basis, charging no fee until we recover damages on your behalf.