Popular Hip Replacements Recalled!

Company said it was recalling the ASR Hip Resurfacing System and ASR XL Acetabular System after recent data showed that 1 out of 8 devices failed and required replacement surgery.

If you or a loved one had a Hip Replacement and have experienced any of the following, you may be entitled to compensation:

  • Implant Failure Requiring Revision Surgery
  • Serious or Lingering Pain
  • Swelling
  • Loosening of Implant
  • Fracture of Hip Bone
  • Dislocation of Implant

Johnson & Johnson DePuy said that 93,000 of these recalled hip replacement models have been surgically implanted into patients. The company decided to stop selling these models last December after reports about the high rate of failure began to surface. The failure rate in these devices is much higher than in competing products.

If you or a loved one have had a defective Hip Replacement, you may be entitled to compensation! Contact us today for a complimentary case review.


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J&J DePuy
None of the above
Not sure

Poor Fixation
Implant Failure
Bone Fractures
Squeaking from implant location
Prolonged pain and discomfort

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