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Are you a patient who recieved a faulty medical device? Or have you been injured by medical devices in a hospital?

If so, you may need to learn about your legal rights. The attorneys at Grossman & Moore are here to help you today.

DEPUY LPS Diaphyseal Sleeve RECALL
DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc. (a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, Inc.) has recalled its LPS (Limb Preservation System) Diaphyseal Sleeve.

The LPS Diaphyseal Sleeve to Diaphyseal Sleeve Base taper connection may not be sufficient to accommodate potential physiologic loads that may be transferred to the junction during normal gait activities by some patients. This may result in fracture of the sleeve at the taper joint which may also lead to loss of function or loss of limb, infection, compromised soft tissue or death.

Related Link:
· FDA Notice on LPS Diaphyseal Sleeve
DEPUY HIP IMPLANT RECALL
DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc. (a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, Inc.) has recalled its ASR™ XL Acetabular System and ASR™ Hip Resurfacing System.

If you or a loved one had hip replacement surgery after July 2003, please contact your orthopaedic surgeon or the hospital where your surgery took place to determine whether you received a DePuy ASR™ Hip Implant. Studies recently show that up to one in two patients may have to undergo revision surgeries due to the defective hip implant.

· More Depuy Hip Implant Information

Related Link:
· FDA Notice on Metal-on-Metal Hip Implants
Zimmer's Durom Cup Artificial Hip
Kentucky Man Files Suit Against Zimmer For Selling Him Defective Artificial Hip That Caused Him Extreme Pain For More Than Two and a Half Years

June 11, 2010 – Wendy R. Fleishman of the national plaintiffs' law firm Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, and Philip Grossman of the Louisville, Kentucky law firm of Grossman & Moore, PLLC, announced that Mark Kevin Nunn today filed a lawsuit against Zimmer Inc., the nation's largest producer of orthopedic devices. Nunn suffered constant and devastating pain for more than 2 ½ years and was forced to undergo a second hip replacement surgery in April 2010 due to a defective hip implant manufactured and sold by Zimmer as the Durom Cup.

· PDF of Zimmer Lawsuit
Radiation Overdose Injury
The New York Times ran a series of articles exposing several incidents where patients received excessive dosages of radiation, in some cases, resulting in their death.

Grossman & Moore, PLLC has successfully handled a radiation overdose case in western Kentucky. The injured victim was diagnosed with a tumor and underwent radiation therapy that resulted in severe burns and ultimately an otherwise unnecessary colostomy.

If you or your family member has been the victim of excessive radiation, contact us for a free consultation.

· More Information on Radiation Overdoses
Medtronic Defibrillator
October 15, 2007, due to reports of adverse events and at least five patient deaths with defibrillator leads sold under the brand name Sprint Fidelis, Medtronic issued a recall of their product.

Grossman & Moore filed a personal injury lawsuit on behalf of a Kentucky resident against Medtronic, Inc. for faulty defibrillator lead wire that caused devastating electrical shocks. The lawsuit, filed in Minnesota state court where Medtronic is based, seeks damages for the physical pain and medical expenses Ms. Orange has incurred, as well as compensation for Ms. Orange's future medical care and expenses due to the defective Medtronic device.

If you are a Kentucky resident and are affected by this defective product, the attorneys at Grossman & Moore are here to talk to you today. Patients that have had to undergo surgery to replace a faulty lead or have been advised by a physician their lead may be defective should call counsel at 1-502-657-7100 or contact us.

· More Information on the Medtronic Device