Over 400,000 Stryker v40 hip implants are at risk for causing fretting corrosion between the femoral head and the tapered neck of the femoral stem, causing metal poisoning, fractures, loss of function, premature failures, and revision surgeries, according to industry experts. That means thousands of hip implant recipients across the nation are taking action and filing lawsuits against Stryker for their faulty metal v40 femoral heads.
Stryker Hip Implant Problems
Because the Stryker v40 hip implant relies on a femoral head and femoral stem made of two different metals, fretting corrosion has occurred and resulted in metal poisoning and other medical complications.Learn More
Stryker Hip Lawsuits
A lawsuit may feel extreme, but the Stryker v40 hip implants are causing extreme medical problems for their recipients. If you’ve received a Stryker v40 implant, you deserve justice. You need an experienced hip implant lawyer on your side to negotiate a fair settlement on your behalf.Learn More
Stryker Hip Settlements
If you’ve received a Stryker v40 hip implant, you may have to undergo revision surgery. You shouldn’t have to pay those medical bills. A lawsuit can help you reach a settlement with Stryker to make sure you don’t have to pay for Stryker’s mistakes.Learn More