Did you receive a NexGen® MIS™ Tibial Component? A recent recall released on September 13, 2010 alerts implant patients about its high failure rate and potential need for revision surgery.
If you underwent a knee surgery that involved a NexGen® MIS™ Tibial Component and had or are now having complications, contact Edgar Snyder & Associates right away for a free legal consultation – no strings attached. You may have a case.
If you have knee problems, you know that being able to walk, sit, or climb stairs can be very painful. Everyday activities become challenges, and you may have received a partial or total knee joint replacement to help.
Zimmer Holdings, the nation's largest manufacturer of orthopedic devices, offers the NexGen® MIS™ Tibial Component product, which was the first to be designed for minimally invasive procedures. Patients who underwent surgery and received the NexGen® MIS™ Tibial Component are having issues, because their bones are not fusing with the components, causing them to become loose and unstable. This can cause many medical complications, including the need for a revision surgery to fix the problems.
The recall was issued on September 13, 2010.
Did You Know?
It’s the manufacturers' and suppliers' responsibility to protect and warn users of their products against injuries. Find out more about the manufacturer’s liability for defective products.
If you're experiencing any problems or complications with your NexGen® MIS™ Tibial Component knee implant, seek medical treatment right away. Then, contact Edgar Snyder & Associates to find out if you have a case.
Our attorneys have the legal know-how and experience to go up against the big medical device companies that manufacture, sell, and distribute faulty products. From the moment you hire us, we take away your worries and fight to get you the money you deserve for your injuries – so you can focus on getting better.
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