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DePuy ASR Lawsuit Update: Hip Implant Designer Testifies That Device Was Recalled Because of Safety Concerns—Not Poor Sales

A designer of Johnson and Johnson subsidiary DePuy’s ASR hip replacement system testified Feb. 4 in Los Angeles Superior Court that the company initiated a DePuy ASR recall because of safety concerns, according to Bloomberg. The Rottenstein Law Group has been monitoring the trial and is currently representing clients in hip replacement lawsuits.

(PRWEB) February 05, 2013

A designer of Johnson and Johnson subsidiary DePuy’s ASR hip replacement system testified Feb. 4 in Los Angeles Superior Court that the company initiated a DePuy ASR recall because of safety concerns, according to Bloomberg. The Rottenstein Law Group has been monitoring the trial and is currently representing clients in hip replacement lawsuits.

Engineer Graham Isaac, head of hip replacement development for Johnson & Johnson subsidiary DePuy, testified during the trial of In re: Loren Kransky and Sheryl Kransky v. DePuy, Inc., et al. (BC456086, Los Angeles Superior Court) that a “higher-than-expected” failure rate of the device led to the decision to recall 93,000 ASR devices worldwide in 2010, according to Bloomberg.*

Read more: DePuy ASR Lawsuit Update: Hip Implant Designer Testifies That Device Was Recalled Because of Safety Concerns—Not Poor Sales—the Rottenstein Law Group Reports


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