When a Gaylesville, Ala., man received a hip implant in January 2007, he fully expected to keep his artificial hip for the next 15 years or more. But two years later, his device failed, leaving him in severe pain. The man received the ASR XL Acetabulator hip replacement system, manufactured by DePuy Orthopaedics, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. The hip implant was recalled in July 2010 after mounting reports of premature failure. The man turned down DePuy and Johnson & Johnson’s offer to pay for revision surgeries to replace the defective artificial hip, opting instead to seek compensation for ... Read More
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