Hip Replacement Manufacturers

Manufactured by DePuy Orthopaedics, the ASR XL™ Acetabular Hip System and DePuy ASR™ Hip Resurfacing System products were some of the most common hip replacement kits on the market. Owned by Johnson & Johnson, one of the largest medical device companies in the industry, these systems were trusted by patients and health care providers across the United States.

There is reason to believe that the hip replacement manufacturer, Johnson & Johnson, was aware of the potential risk posed by the devices. It is suspected that the company knew well in advance of any recalls and intentionally did not issue safety information or warnings, but rather stalled on recall efforts.

While DePuy hip systems are some of the most common defective hip systems, other manufacturers, such as Smith & Nephew, Zimmer, Stryker and Wright, also released flawed hip replacement products to the market.

Leading The Way In Hip Implant Litigation

At Lee Murphy Law Firm, we are committed to fighting for individuals who have experienced pain and further medical frustration or even danger as a result of the hip replacement devices. We believe that more should have been done to prevent the harm to patients and that Johnson & Johnson and other hip manufacturers should be held accountable for their actions.

You can be assured that we have the financial and legal resources to pursue these cases, walking beside you every step of the way.

We handle these cases on an individual basis to reflect the degree and type of injury that you personally sustained. We take all cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we do not collect attorney fees and expenses unless you are awarded a settlement. These cases can draw out for a significant amount of time, even years. We take on the exposure, fronting the financial and legal burden of the case so that you can focus on healing and recovering as we fight on your behalf.

Speak with a hip replacement lawyer today toll free at 800-215-8385.

Our lawyers represent women throughout the United States, including Texas, New York and California.