Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) August 14, 2013
In response to the overwhelming number of inquiries received from individuals who have been impacted by the recall of more than 20,000 Stryker Rejuvenate hips, attorneys at Kershaw Cutter & Ratinoff recently launched a Stryker Hip Recall video blog to help affected individuals.
In a series of videos, KCR partner Stuart Talley, provides answer to some of the most frequently asked questions being raised by impacted hip patients. “Since the recall of the Stryker Rejuvenate was announced we have received hundreds of phone calls from people with these hips. Usually, these individuals have been told that they have high cobalt and chromium in their blood and that they may need to undergo an extremely painful and complicated revision surgery to remove their defective hip. Unfortunately, their doctors and Stryker do not have answers to some of their questions,” said Stuart Talley.
On each video blog, Talley tackles issues such as the appropriate tests that should be performed on individuals with Stryker Rejuvenate hips, the dangers of having systemically high cobalt and chromium levels, how to pick a surgeon for revision surgery, and the nature of the defect that lead to the recall of these hips. The blog also provides answers to several legal questions, such as how to calculate the statute of limitations, how to deal with Broadspire and the potential impact of waiting to file suit. Talley also plans to update the blog on a regular basis with news covering significant developments in the ongoing litigation surrounding Stryker Rejuvenate hips.
For more information on defective Stryker hips and cases, visit our website at http://www.cobalt-chromium-toxicity.com or click this link to stay informed with our ‘Stryker Hip Recall Video Blog’ on YouTube.com.
Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff, LLP represents clients in mass tort cases nationwide.
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