Lawsuits Involving Hip Recalls And Artificial Joints
Medical science has made significant advances with artificial joint replacements. When the devices are well-designed and properly implanted, patients can enjoy years of increased health. When a surgical error or medical product defect leads to more treatment or serious complications, however, the result can be devastating.
At Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, LLC, in North Haven, Connecticut, we represent people suffering from medical device defects related to knee, hip or other joint replacements. Our lawyers understand these injuries can cause ongoing problems, impacting your personal and professional life. Our goal is to help you hold the negligent parties accountable and pursue maximum compensation on your behalf. Call 203-896-4631 or 203-896-4631 to discuss your case today.
Litigating Knee Joint Replacement Cases
Artificial joint replacements can present a number of problems, including:
- Material-based issues
- Bleeding problems
- Sizing issues
- Professional malpractice
In many of these cases, patients are forced to undergo a second surgery, resulting in unnecessary pain and potential complications, including infection. Our attorneys are prepared to handle any joint replacement claims, including those involving DePuy hip recalls.
Looking Out For Your Interests
In many cases, when something goes wrong with a joint replacement procedure, the problem lies in the replacement part itself. When this happens, it becomes a product liability case, because the product you received to use as a replacement joint was faulty.
As your legal advocates, we will bring a product liability action under the Connecticut Product Liability Act to aggressively pursue compensation for:
- Your second surgery
- Rehabilitation following subsequent surgery
- New joint replacement
- Past and future lost wages
- Loss of earning capacity if range of motion deteriorates
- Past and future pain and suffering
- Emotional trauma
Start Getting Straight Answers
Have you or has someone you love suffered from a defective artificial joint replacement? Contact us online or call 203-896-4631 or 203-896-4631. Our office is in the New Haven area, in proximity to the intersection of I-91, I-95 and I-84. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
We handle artificial joint replacement injury cases on a contingency fee basis. That means you pay nothing until we get compensation for you.