DePuy ASR Lawsuit Update: Rottenstein Law Group Responds to Report of Plaintiff’s Testimony About Side Effects
On Feb. 19 jurors in the nation’s first DePuy ASR hip replacement trial, In re: Loren Kransky and Sheryl Kransky v. DePuy, Inc., et al. (BC456086, Los Angeles Superior Court), heard testimony from plaintiff Kransky himself, the Rottenstein Law Group reports. Kransky, 65, a retired prison guard from Montana, alleged that he suffered “stabbing” pain and couldn’t walk, and that the metal from his ASR hip implant was poisoning him. The Rottenstein Law Group, which currently represents clients in DePuy hip lawsuits, is following the progress of the trial through streamed video feeds and news reports.
The Rottenstein Law Group encourages hip implant recipients to download an informational brochure from its DePuy ASR Hip Lawsuit Information Center to learn more about the DePuy ASR recall and lawsuits and to help them evaluate if they have a case.
According to Bloomberg,* Kransky had his ASR hip implant removed in February 2012 after having lived with it for about five years. Kransky’s suit against Johnson & Johnson subsidiary DePuy Orthopaedics is the first of 10,000 DePuy lawsuits in the nation to go to trial and was given expediency because of Kransky’s ailing health.