Johnson & Johnson and its orthopedics unit DePuy seek to overturn a Los Angeles jury’s decision to award $8.26 million to a plaintiff for injuries he received from a metal-on-metal DePuy ASR hip implant. The companies claim that the jury’s findings were inconsistent with court instructions about defective product design and adequate warning of the device’s risk. The verdict DePuy and its parent company want to overturn concluded the first U.S. trial involving defective ASR hip implants. Plaintiff Loren Kransky sued DePuy and affiliated companies after the ASR device he had implanted in his left hip in 2007 failed and ... Read More
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