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February 21, 2012
Things You Should Know About Johnson & Johnson's and DePuy Orthopedics’ Attempts to Help Hip Implant Recipients.

February 20, 2012
Recall of Artificial Hip:  Johnson & Johnson Projects Lower Earnings Than Expected.

February 19, 2012
J&J Takes 3 Billion:  Johnson & Johnson Sets Aside $3 Billion, Primarily for Hip Recall.

February 18, 2012
Hip Definitions:  A Guide to Understanding the Medical Terminology Maze of Hip Implants.

February 17, 2012
Overview of DePuy’s Hip Recall & What You Should Know.

January 06, 2012
Benefits of Minimally Invasive Hip Surgeries Explored.

December 29, 2011
Revision Rates Projected to Continue Soaring for Metal on Metal Hip Implants.

May 17, 2011
What Does the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Letter to Hip Makers Mean?

May 13, 2011
U.S. Food and Drug Administration orders 21 hip makers to blood test their patients for metal.

May 10, 2011
Is Johnson & Johnson Telling the Truth About the Failure Rate?

March 02, 2011
What happened and when? View our timeline of events.

January 17, 2011
If your doctor recommended that you test for heavy metals, you may be confused by the jargon on your test results. We help you break it down so you understand what's going on.

January 05, 2011
Confused about all the medical jargon around the DePuy hip recall? This glossary should make things crystal clear.

January 04, 2011
How much cobalt is normal, and how much qualifies as toxic?  

December 22, 2010
Metallosis can cause serious complications, including the risk of a hip revision failure - and women are most at risk.

December 17, 2010
DePuy hip implant recipients know to be worried about cobalt poisoning. Chromium poisoning is also a serious concern.

December 11, 2010
A clear explanation of how metallosis occurs, its symptoms, and why ASR XL Acetabular hip implant patients are at risk.

December 10, 2010
As recall after recall appears in the news, it becomes clear Johnson & Johnson cares more about sales than safety.

December 06, 2010
Why DePuy Hip Recall Won't Be a Class Action Lawsuit

December 03, 2010
For DePuy plaintiffs - and our legal team - Ohio is the place to be.   

December 03, 2010
We've got several good reasons why you shouldn't do anything of the kind. 

December 02, 2010
Soon enough to save thousands of people from revision surgery and severe medical consequences. 

November 21, 2010
The ASR Acetabular System falls far short of other total hip replacement systems. Here's how.

November 19, 2010
Becoming part of a mass action lawsuit over the DePuy hip implant gives you an edge that going solo can't afford.

November 17, 2010
Women have a disproportionally larger number of problems with hip implant surgery than men do. Especially with the ASR XL Acetabular System.

November 16, 2010
Bone deterioration is associated with disease; soon, it may also be linked to the DePuy ASR XL Acetabular System. And for good reason.

November 14, 2010
Many patients who received a DePuy hip implant have suffered heavy metal poisoning. But what does that really mean?

November 13, 2010
DePuy offers to remove ASR XL Acetabular System - in exchange for waiving your right to compensation.

November 11, 2010
Could the DePuy ASR™ XL Acetabular System recall have been avoided? Looks like it.

November 09, 2010
Too many ASR XL Acetabular Systems causing problems in first three years.

November 09, 2010
Choosing a good lawyer isn't as difficult as you might imagine; it's just a matter of asking the right questions.

November 04, 2010
The surgeon recommended a DePuy hip implant to his patient thinking the device was fully tested by the FDA for safety. He was wrong.

November 04, 2010
How the ASR XL Acetabular System Causes Bone Deterioration...And what it means for your future hip revision surgeries

November 04, 2010
Much of the pain and problems behind the DePuy ASR total hip implant were caused by metallosis. But what does that really mean?

November 02, 2010
The DePuy ASR XL Acetabular hip replacement system was FDA approved - which might be more cause for worry than relief.

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If you think you have a DePuy hip implant and would like to know more about the case, give our offices a call at 1-800-677-7095. Our people are standing by to answer your questions and explain how we can help.


DePuy Crib Sheets

Deciding what you want to do in the aftermath of this hip recall is extremely difficult. There are important medical and legal decisions to make, and you may not be feeling up to the task of figuring out the right questions to ask. We thought we'd try to make that a little easier for you.

Medical Crib Sheets
Legal Crib Sheets

Learn more about the DePuy Hip Recall Cheat Sheets or just go right ahead and download them - they're absolutely free and we hope they help during this difficult time.

DePuy Recall In The News

As new updates appear in the news on the DePuy hip recall and the ASR XL Acetabular System, we put those links up here so you can stay informed. If you'd like to be notified when we have news updates, please subscribe to our feed.

August 22, 2012
Johnson & Johnson Agrees to Pay About $200,000 Per Case to Settle Three ASR Lawsuits in Nevada
www.washpost.bloomberg.com

June 27, 2012
FDA Holds Hearing on Metal Hips But Dodges Fundamental Question of Inadequacy of Testing 
www.nytimes.com

March 12, 2012
Too Little Too Late? Researchers Conclude Metal on Metal Hip Replacements Should Not Be Used.
www.bbc.co.uk

»Read our complete archive of articles about the Depuy hip recall.

Have Questions?

We've got answers. We've compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions we receive from incoming clients and given you our most informed answers. We explain the lawsuit, why you don't need to spend any money to hire an attorney, and the risks to your health.

You can also browse our Stay Informed section for full articles on the case against DePuy and the medical problems with the ASR XL Acetabular total hip replacement system, or contact us directly.

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