Hip Replacement Complications -- Free Reports and Consultations Help Hip Implant Recall Victims Avoid Costly Mistakes
Hip replacement complications caused by hip implant recalls are a painful reality for tens of thousands of artificial hip patients. A free report as well as a free consultation is now available that helps affected patients avoid costly errors as they try to get compensation.
Hip replacement complications can make this major procedure with a lengthy recovery period even worse than it already is. And when such implant complications are caused by an implant that gets recalled, it can make matters even worse.
More than 93,000 patients have received hip implants that are affected by the recent DePuy Hip Implant Recall. Many additional patients have received implants involved in the Zimmer Hip Replacement Recall as well as in the recall of the Stryker Trident implant.
Not only do these patients 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. Instead of the relief they had hoped their surgery would bring them, they are now worse off.
These patients deserve to receive compensation, but many are not sure how to go about getting it, and they may end up making big mistakes that can derail their entire case.
The Free Hip Recall Report will help them avoid those mistakes. In addition, anyone who requests the report will have an opportunity to have any of their questions answered in a free phone call with a legal advisor.
According to personal injury attorney Richard Cranwell and Robert M. Clarke, members of the Hip Recall Help Team, it is absolutely crucial that patients know their rights, and that they get help from a competent lawyer -- before the statute of limitation expires and renders their case moot.
“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, speed is essential since a statute of limitation can make the case moot if action is not taken within a specific deadline,” adds Clarke.
Here are some typical symptoms that can tip patients off that they might have a defective hip implant: pain, swelling, difficulty walking, grinding noises, loosening of the joint, and more, especially if they occur long after the surgery, or if they have gotten worse after some initial improvement.
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 has suffered hip replacement complications due to faulty implants and who requests the report will also be able to get a free consultation. In addition, they will also be eligible for free legal advice by a competent team of lawyers if they qualify.
- Contact Information
- Robert Clarke
- Hip Recall Help Team Coordinator
- The Hip Recall Help Team
- Contact via E-mail
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