Stryker Corporation announced the recall of its Rejuvenate and ABG II Modular-Neck Stem Hip Replacement Systems
in July of 2012, due to the risk of product failure. The Stryker hip recall is the result of reports that metal components in the Rejuvenate and ABG II products have a tendency toward fretting and corrosion at the modular-neck site. The Stryker hip recall came on the tail of another major hip replacement systems recall, from Stryker Orthapaedics in 2011. Stryker hip recall lawyers
have found similarities between the Stryker recall and the Stryker hip recall.
Thousands of people with Stryker's recalled hip replacement systems have already experienced hip implant problems such as severe or lingering pain, swelling and inflammation, loosening or even dislocation of the hip implant. Numerous Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Hip Replacement Systems failed prior to the Stryker hip recall, requiring those persons to undergo a second, or revision, surgery.
This website contains information about the Stryker hip recall
and claims you or a loved one may make after having a Stryker hip replacement procedure. Our Stryker hip recall lawyers
are offering a free no-obligation consultation to anyone with a Stryker Rejuvenate or ABG II hip replacement system.
Information about the Stryker hip recall
, including which Stryker hip replacement systems were recalled, what led to the hip recall, recent information about the rate of failure in Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Hip Replacement Systems, and what the recall means for persons with these Stryker hip replacement systems.
Hip replacement lawsuits are not new; over their history there have been all too many instances of malfunctioning hip implants. In the year prior to the Stryker hip recall, Stryker Orthapaedics issued a major recall for similar problems of fretting and corrosion of metal hip system components. Our Stryker hip recall lawyers
have spoken with many people impacted by the Stryker hip recall and can provide you with vital Stryker hip recall information before you enter into a settlement agreement.