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Over time, several hip replacement manufacturers recalled some of their metal hip implants; still, thousands of people had already received the defective devices. Also, there are hip implants manufacturers who do not adequately compensate injured people for their medical treatment.
Hip replacement devices have become a lot more popular in the last two decades, especially due to new innovations, like metal-on-metal designs, that promise significantly increased mobility. Even so, there have been several manufacturers who recalled some of the metal hip implants they produced. Unfortunately, in most cases, it was already too late as thousands of people had already received the defective devices. As expected, many of those patients contacted a specialized lawyer to help them file the necessary lawsuits.
You should also know there are hip implants manufacturers who do not adequately compensate injured people for their medical treatment, even though they know that they are guilty of those person’s pain and suffering. Companies are allowed to sell their devices as long as they can prove that an almost equivalent device already exists. Therefore, situations, where manufactured implants are based on products that have been removed or recalled from the market, are not unheard of. Moreover, some manufacturers do not make the rigorous safety studies that are required and this way the chance that patients might receive defective hip replacement devices dramatically increases.