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Lawsuit Settlement News Website Updates Status of DePuy ASR Settlement Payments, Along With Other Hip Litigations

Lawsuit Help Center reports that some DePuy ASR cases have been paid, while other plaintiffs have still yet to receive settlement award letters, while DePuy Pinnacle, Stryker, and Wright Hip Litigations remain in pending litigation for the foreseeable fut

RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MT Services LLC, A Lawsuit Settlement News Reporting company, which operates a lawsuit help center: lawsuitsettlementnews.com, reported today there are still ongoing litigations with hip replacement manufacturers such as DePuy Pinnacle, Stryker, and Wright Hips. While the majority of claims against DePuy ASR models are coming to an end, some cases with revisions after 8/31/13, high chromium and Cobalt blood counts are still being reviewed by lawyers working closely with MTS. Other hip litigations continue to plod along in the courts and settlements still could be a long way out in the future. However, DePuy Pinnacle, Stryker, and Wright Hip cases are still continuing to gain attention in Federal and State Courts throughout the U.S. based on the increase in lawsuit filings in each respective litigation.   

Chris Janish, CEO of MTS commented, "While we are seeing that some of the ASR cases have already been paid, many of our clients are still waiting for their award letters and ultimate payments which could last until the end of the year. Regardless, the process does seem to be moving quickly, even though it is not fast enough for clients who need lawsuit funding today on their settled ASR's. However, many ASR patients remain who still have valid claims if they have not retained a lawyer yet, as well as the Stryker, Wright, and DePuy Pinnacle cases.  Some of these litigations could drag out in the court for years. Regardless, we urge any patients with faulty hips, or Metallosis conditions to contact us immediately if they are in need of a free legal consultation with a top hip law firm or hip recall lawyer." 

To view more updates about the ongoing hip litigations visit: http://www.lawsuitsettlementnews.com/hip-implant-lawsuits

DePuy Pinnacle Hip Model

  • No recall yet
  • Subject to thousands of lawsuit claims in State and Federal Courts
  • Complications include: Metallosis, blood poisoning, elevated chromium and cobalt level in blood, swelling, nerve and muscle damage, and several others
  • Experts do not believe a recall will happen in future like the ASR Model, which is very similar in design as the ASR Model 

Stryker ABG II and Rejuvenate Hip Models

  • Voluntarily recalled metal on metal systems in July 2012
  • Experts believe 20,000 implants could fail at a 50% rate
  • Strong cases can seek up to $500k in settlement awards in some cases
  • MTS is also assisting patients with Accolade Hip

Wright CONSERVE and Profemur Z Stem

  • No recall yet
  • 11% failure rate in three years
  • Numerous lawsuits throughout U.S against Wright
  • No information if Hip will ever be recalled as Wright continues to contest liability

Biomet M2a 38 and Magnum Hip Implant Systems

  • 2014 settlement of $56 MM for M2a 38 and Magnum model
  • Average settlement close to $200k

MT Services is providing lawsuit and medical funding services if you already have a hip implant lawyer or Stryker law firm, or we can assist in finding you the hip lawyer or hip attorney if you are in need of one. To learn more about how MT Services can help you visit: http://www.lawsuitsettlementnews.com/about-our-products-and-services

MT Services is continuing to provide legal assistance to others experiencing pain such as inflammation, infection to surrounding areas, and Metallosis by providing lawsuit pre-settlement funding, surgical funding, refinancing opportunities for previous lawsuit cash advances in ASR cases, and hip attorney referrals for patients requesting them.

If you or a loved one has been injured or harmed by DePuy, Stryker, Biomet, Wright Hip products, or another hip manufacturer, and need lawsuit help, including finding a Stryker hip implant recall law firm, obtaining pre-settlement lawsuit funding, or obtaining funding on your settled ASR case, call right now to speak to a live agent at 877.571.0405. You may also fill out a quick application online at: lawsuitsettlementnews.com and an agent will contact you shortly.

DISCLAIMER:  MT Services LLC is not a law firm and cannot provide legal advice on your case, however MTS works with lawyers involved in mass tort litigations that they refer cases to only at the consumer's direction. For a list of full disclosures please visit the company's website disclosure page at: http://www.lawsuitsettlementnews.com/terms-of-service 

Contact: Chris Janish, CEO
               Ph. 877.571.0405 

SOURCE MT Services LLC

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