Johnson & Johnson subsidiary DePuy Orthopaedics designed a flawed metal-on-metal hip replacement system and owes a retired prison guard from Montana $8.3 million in compensatory damages, a California jury decided in the first of more than 10,000 lawsuits regarding the devices to stand trial. Loren “Bill” Kransky sued DePuy arguing that the company failed to adequately test the device before marketing it in the United States. His lawsuit also claims the company covered up surgeon complaints of failures and considered redesigning the ASR model before ultimately deciding to stop making it in 2008. Johnson & Johnson recalled 93,000 DePuy ASR ... Read More
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