Defective Devices

Does a Recall Protect a Company from Liability?

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Millions of medical devices, consumer products, vehicles, medications, and more are recalled yearly. Some of these are defective by design, poorly produced, or contaminated. Others are missing proper warning labels, contain faulty or incomplete instructions, or have become dangerous through other means. Regardless of the underlying cause, companies tend to issue recalls to protect people from injury …

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Another Hip Replacement Device Has Been Recalled

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Pain, swelling, popping noise, lumps often indicate compensable injury For the third time in five years, Stryker Corporation is recalling an artificial hip joint replacement product amid allegations of a defective design. Known as the LFIT Anatomic Cobalt-Chromium V40 Femoral Head, the device is associated with reports of severe injuries, including metal poisoning.  In some …

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