Thousands of Smith and Nephew hip replacement lawsuits are being filed against Smith and Nephew for their products causing serious health complications in implanted patients. If you or a loved one has been implanted with an R3 Acetabular Hip System or had a BHR Total Hip Replacement and have experienced health complications from the Smith and Nephew hip implant, you may have a case to file a Smith and Nephew hip replacement lawsuit. Fill out the form to the right to receive a FREE case evaluation of your situation by an experienced Smith and Nephew hip replacement lawyer.
RECENT SMITH AND NEPHEW HIP REPLACEMENT LAWSUIT UPDATES
PRESS RELEASE: Levin, Papantonio Law Firm Files Thirty-Six Smith and Nephew Hip Replacement Cases In Tennessee
PENSACOLA, Fla. (October 3, 2013)—The law firm of Levin, Papantonio recently filed 36 Smith and Nephew hip replacement cases in the state of Tennessee on behalf of individual clients. The clients allege their Smith and Nephew hip implants have caused a number of complications, including pain, swelling, and metallosis, with some individuals requiring revision surgery of their hip implant.
Levin Papantonio has filed a motion to consolidate all Smith and Nephew R3 and BHR metal-on-metal hip implants in the state court of Tennessee in Shelby County
PRESS RELEASE: Injured Patient Files Product Liability Suit Against Smith & Nephew For Recalled R3 Hip Implant
PENSACOLA, Fla. (March 8, 2013)—A Texas woman has filed a product liability lawsuit against Smith & Nephew over its Reflection (“R3”) Acetabular System metal-on-metal hip replacement system, alleging that the product caused excruciating pain, weakness of the legs and hips, elevated cobalt-chromium levels, fluid accumulations around the hip, and revision surgery. The complaint was filed by the plaintiff in the 13th Judicial District court in Memphis, Tenn., on November 9, 2012.