If you have a DePuy ASR XL Acetabular System, we believe that DePuy owes you compensation for pain, suffering, lost wages, and other injuries you may incur in the future. If you think you have a DePuy hip implant, please 3189964540 and we’ll help you determine whether you are eligible to become part of the lawsuit.
Our offices are located in Boulder, CO and Houston, TX, but we are accepting clients from all over the United States.
We believe it may be. Evidence is mounting to suggest that the 13% failure rate that DePuy is acknowledging is only the tip of the iceberg. Hip implant patients have reported serious symptoms including heavy metal poisoning, metallosis, metal sensitivity, and tissue and bone damage.
If you received a DePuy hip implant, please contact us and we'll do everything we can to help.
The DePuy ASR XL Acetabular System was supposed to relieve your hip pain. We’re very sorry to tell you it may end up inflicting much more. Take a moment to learn more about the DePuy hip recall and your legal and medical options moving forward.
Would you like to speak to us about your experience with the DePuy hip recall? We’re just a phone call away at 800.677.7095.
Did Infections put your child in the hospital?
California dental clinic now acknowledges that as many as 500 young children have been exposed to major infections leading to hospitalization, loss of adult teeth, and major surgery.
Would you like to speak to us about your experience at Children's Dental Group of Anaheim? Contact us today
Olympic Ticket Scam
After personally experiencing Olympic ticket fraud at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, Moriarty Leyendecker uncovered a seriously flawed Olympic ticket distribution process. Ticketing problems continued with the 2010 Winter Olympics and unless drastic changes are made, they will continue in the future.
In 1992, a group of investors owned 95 percent of Banco Inverlat, one of Mexico's largest banks. A few years later, those same investors owned less than 10 percent of the bank, and the Bank of Nova Scotia (aka Scotiabank) owned the rest.
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