The defective medical product attorneys at the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky provide legal support and representation to any plaintiff seeking to pursue a legitimate Wright Hip Replacement lawsuit. In order to successfully take on large medical device companies, it is necessary to have a competent Wright Hip Replacement attorney to help you navigate the legal hurdles. Contact a Wright Hip Replacement lawyer to schedule a free consultation and learn how we can help you secure a just Wright Hip Replacement settlement.
Like many other hip replacement technologies, the Wright Hip Replacement system has a very high failure rate. In one study, it was said that 11.2% of all Wright Hip Replacements failed. It is believed that one in three patients who has had a Wright Hip Replacement experiences serious problems with this defective product. Generally, the Wright Hip Replacement lasts only about three years, while the manufacturers have claimed that it would last as many as 15 years.
Patients who have had the artificial hip installed complain about a variety of different issues, most of which are about the neck of devices bending and occasionally fracturing. When the device merely bends then the biggest problem with it is that walking is slightly impaired and pain might be felt. However, if the device breaks, then the patient may become completely immobile.
Like other hip replacements, removing the Wright Hip Replacement requires costly revision surgery. Surgeons have reported that revision surgery is very difficult because, during the first implanting, the surgeons worked assiduously to secure the devices.
Even though so many patients and medical professionals have complained about this defective product, Wright Medical Technologies have not yet issued a recall.
If you or a loved one has had a defective Wright Hip Replacement installed, contact our attorneys today; you might be entitled to compensation, and, we at the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky, believe that you are always entitled to just recompense for your injuries.