stryker hip replacement lawsuit
The Plaintiffs’ Lead Counsel Committee Chairperson, Peter J. Flowers, of Meyers & Flowers, a Chicago-based law firm, says that 3 to 5 trials have been set for summer of 2015 in the Federal Muiltidistrict Litigation. The Stryker hip replacement recall lawsuit could potentially be one of the largest medical device lawsuits in the United States. Stryker Orthopaedics has estimated costs to be up to $1.2 billion in their exposure of 31,000 devices released for a period of two and half years in America before a voluntary recall in July 2012.
Flowers heads the Plaintiffs’ Lead Counsel Committee representing five other law firms in litigation throughout the United States for thousands of clients who have allegedly suffered serious complications and injuries from the recalled Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Modular-Neck Hip Stems.
“The next steps include leading the discovery and depositions to uncover the real story that led to the Stryker recall,” Flowers said. “We will be collecting the testimonies of our clients from across the country and working with law firms representing these victims to ensure that we get them the compensation and justice they deserve.”
As the Plaintiffs’ Lead Counsel Committee Chairperson, Flowers will oversee and direct federal litigation representing thousands of clients and law firms involved around the country. The Plaintiffs’ Lead Counsel Committee Members represent five other law firms spanning the United States.
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