Hip Replacement Recall Help: Free Report Helps Affected Hip Implant Patients Avoid Mistakes that Can Ruin a Hip Recall Compensation Case
A free Special Report is now available to help patients who have been affected or injured by one of the recalled DePuy hip implants avoid costly errors as they try to get compensation.
Hip replacement surgery is a big procedure with a lengthy recovery period. When the implant gets recalled, it usually means at the very least another round of surgery, often with a recovery time that is even longer. And that’s when there has been minimal damage to the surrounding structures.
During the last few years, tens of thousands of patients have received hip implants that are affected by the recent DePuy Hip Implant Recall. Additional patients have implants involved in the Zimmer Hip Implant Recall. Not only do they face (or have already had) painful surgery to replace the recalled hip implants, but they may also have suffered permanent damage to the bones and ligaments surrounding their hip implants.
These patients deserve to receive compensation, but many don’t know or have questions about the right action to take. The Hip Recall Help Team is providing a Free Hip Recall Report to answer some of these questions. It will help patients affected by the hip replacement recall avoid some of the biggest mistakes that could derail their recall compensation case.
According to Richard Cranwell and Robert M. Clarke, members of the Hip Recall Help Team, it is vitally important for patients to be well informed, and to get help from a competent lawyer.
“Not all lawyers are trustworthy,” Clarke said. “You have to do your research so you won’t end up with a lawyer who gives you bad advice - or pockets the bulk of the compensation that should be going to you.”
“In addition, it is crucial to keep proper records about your case,” Clarke adds. “Make sure you have copies of all your medical records and keep them in a safe place.”
How would someone know if they have a hip implant that has been recalled? Many patients have been informed by their health care provider. But some have not.
Typical symptoms include pain, swelling, difficulty walking, and more, especially if they occur long after the surgery, or if they have gotten worse after some initial improvement.
Clarke urges anyone who has had a hip replacement procedure and is still in pain, months or even years after the surgery, to find out if they have one of the recalled DePuy implants (or a Zimmer hip implant).
They also need to find out what they have to do to get compensated. “The most important part is to avoid the seven biggest mistakes that have derailed many medical malpractice cases,” he adds, “and in our free special report, we’ll tell you what they are and how to avoid them.”
The Hip Replacement Recall report on how to avoid those seven mistakes is available free of charge on the following website: http://www.hipreplacementrecall2010.com
Anyone who requests the report will also have an opportunity to receive a free evaluation of their case, and, if they qualify, they will be eligible for free legal advice by a competent team of lawyers.
- Contact Information
- Robert Clarke
- Hip Recall Help Team Coordinator
- The Hip Recall Help Team
- Contact via E-mail
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