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DePuy ASR Hip Implants Recalled

Posted by Todd Hendrickson in Medical Products | Products Liability | Recalls

DePuy, a division of Johnson and Johnson, has issued a recall of its ASR metal-on-metal hip implants. There has been a tremendous push by attorneys across the country to attract patients with ASR hips to file cases on their behalf. Before you respond to one of these advertisements, understand that a goal of many of these attorneys is to gather as many of these cases as possible to prosecute them “in volume.” There may be patients for which this type of representation is appropriate, but it won’t be for everyone.

Patients who have DePuy ASR hip implants will basically fall into three categories: (1) those who have had serious and debilitating injuries as a result of receiving an ASR implant; (2) those who have had or will need a revision surgery but obtain a good result; (3) those who haven’t experienced any problems. If you fall into the first category, you should avoid the “mass tort” lawyers. You need individual attention to your case and an attorney who will focus on your unique injuries. If you fall into the last category, you may be an appropriate client for those who will prosecute these cases as part of a class action or multi-district litigation. If you fall into the second category, you should explore the case in more detail.

If you want personal attention to your case, contact our office for a personal consultation.

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