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New DePuy Knee Sleeve Lawsuit Allegations Information Center for Consumers Announced by Resource4thePeople
Date:7/19/2013

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  •     Flexion contracture
  •     Bone fractures
  •     Shifts in the positioning of the device
  •     Loosening, bending, cracking, fracture, deformation or wear of one or more of the components.
  • "The side effects that the FDA warns about in its recall notice reflect life-threatening allegations that involve medical conditions that our attorneys are actively seeking compensation for on behalf of our clients," said Resource4thePeople.

    FDA officials, in their “Reason for Recall” warned that health complications as drastic as death could occur if the device malfunctions.

    “The LPS Diaphyseal Sleeve to Diaphyseal Sleeve Base taper connection may not be sufficient to accommodate potential physiologic loads that may be transferred to the junction during normal gait activities by some patients,” the FDA said in its warning.

    “This may result in fracture of the sleeve at the taper joint which may also lead to loss of function or loss of limb, infection, compromised soft tissue or death.”

    “The increase in the inquiries we have been receiving from consumers who may have been affected by this recall centers on questions about what legal compensation they may be eligible to receive," said Resource4thePeople.

    “This is the most serious type of recall by FDA regulators and we are encouraging patients who may have suffered these dangerous side effects to fully inform themselves about what legal rights they may have to seek compensation in this situation.”

    The consultations may provide consumers with information about the legal options they may be entitled to in seeking compensation for medical costs, pain and suffering, loss of wages and other costs that may have been incurred.

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