IF YOU HAD A KNEE OR HIP IMPLANT AT A SPECIFIC MEDICAL CENTER*

YOU MAY HAVE RECEIVED A KNEE OR HIP IMPLANT MADE BY EXACTECH INC.

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Exactech has recently recalled many of its hips and knees due to premature failure of polyethylene liners. If you have swelling, pain, loosening, instability, or other complaints, you should see your surgeon and identify what implant you received.

These products were implanted by certain surgeons at specific medical facilities in California, New Jersey and Pennsylvania (see the following list for the names, per state).

The surgeons and or hospitals were supposed to send recall letters to patients, but if you moved, your doctor retired, or the letters were not sent, you may be unaware of the cause of your problems. Living with a device containing prematurely degrading polyethylene can cause permanent bone loss also known as osteolysis leading to further complications.

To discuss your legal option, please call us today at 877-584-0729.

SENIOR WEITZ & LUXENBERG ATTORNEYS ARE OFTEN APPOINTED BY THE COURT AS NATIONAL LEADERS IN MEDICAL DEVICE LITIGATIONS.

W&L partner Ellen Relkin and associate attorney Danielle Gold have been appointed by the Court to leadership roles in the Exactech Polyethylene Orthopedic Products Liability Multidistrict Litigation (MDL), which is venued in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Ms. Relkin will be serving as co-lead counsel and Ms. Gold has been appointed to the Science and Experts subcommittee.

Were you treated at one of these facilities -- or at any other medical center in the USA?

Alvarado Hospital Medical Center, San Diego
Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles
Desert Valley Hospital, Victorville
Eisenhower Medical Center, Rancho Mirage & Palm Desert
Parkview Community Hospital, Riverside
Saint Bernadine Medical Center, San Bernardino
Providence St. Joseph Hospital, Orange
Monterey Park Hospital, Monterey Park
Redlands Community Hospital, Redlands
Saint Agnes Medical Center, Fresno
Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital, Salinas Valley
Stanford Hospital, Palo Alto & Redwood City
Univ. of California at Irvine, Orange

Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington
Bryn Mawr Hospital, Bryn Mawr
Chestnut Hill Hospital, Philadelphia
Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia
Hahnemann University Hospital (Closed), Philadelphia
Lower Bucks Hospital, Bristol
Nazareth Hospital, Philadelphia
Northeastern Hospital, Philadelphia
St. Mary’s Medical Center, Langhorne
Temple University Health System, Philadelphia

Hudson Regional Hospital, Secaucus
North Arlington Medical Center
St. Michael’s Medical Center, Newark
Christ Hospital, Jersey City
Hi Tech Orthopedics, West Orange
St. James Hospital, Newark
Carepoint Health System, Hoboken

Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh
Carlisle Regional Medical Center
Forbes Regional, Monroeville
UPMC McKeesport
UPMC Montefiore, Pittsburgh
UPMC – Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh
West Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh

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