U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade, a Texas federal judge, has selected 10 cases for the next bellwether trial in the multidistrict litigation (MDL) over Johnson & Johnson’s metal-on-metal hip implants. They were selected from thousands of cases waiting their turn in the giant litigation. The judge conducted his own independent review of potential bellwether cases, all of which involve plaintiffs that claim the metal-on-metal hip design caused trillions of microscopic metal particles to shed with every step, which they say led to bone erosion, tissue damage, infection, inflammation and blood poisoning known as metallosis. The cobalt-chromium alloy socket-and-ball-head hip implant system has been ... Read More
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