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FORT WORTH, TX, July 16, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Zimmer Durom Recall may affect hip replacement patients who have been implanted with a Zimmer Durom Cup since 2006. Many patients who received the defective Zimmer Durom Cup as part of a total hip replacement surgery must undergo revision surgery to have the device replaced. The Zimmer Hip Recall was issued by Zimmer after the Zimmer Durom Cup's high rate of failure was discovered.
The hip implant cup was found to be loose in numerous patients due to a lack of bonding with the patients' bone. This has resulted in patients experiencing severe pain and complications from the Zimmer Durom Cup Implant. Zimmer continued to allow the device to be implanted even after problems were reported to the company. Later, the corporation did issue a Zimmer Recall.
Zimmer hip lawsuit claims have been filed in numerous federal courts throughout the United States by The Johnson Law Firm. Patients can contact a Zimmer Durom lawyer at the firm with any questions they may have about the Zimmer Durom Lawsuit.
Patients who have been implanted with the Zimmer Durom Cup may want to consider filing a Zimmer lawsuit seeking monetary damages from the manufacturer of the device. A Zimmer Durom Lawsuit is an option open to all patients who have undergone Zimmer hip replacement surgery and are experiencing complications.
The Johnson Law Firm, a national firm, represents Zimmer Durom Cup hip replacement patients nationwide. The firm has represented thousands of people and their families in cases where defective medical devices or other products have caused serious injuries and death.The firm's Depuy hip recall lawyers represent DePuy hip recall patients nationwide.
Updated information is available on the Durom recall and the Zimmer Durom Lawsuit at http://www.lawyersforclients.com/zimmer-durom-cup-hip-implant/index.php.
About The Johnson Law Firm
The Johnson Law Firm represents clients nationwide who have been injured by defective medical devices, pharmaceutical drugs, and asbestos.
Source: The Johnson Law Firm
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