There are growing concerns about the Attune® Knee System’s safety – or lack thereof. The knee replacement system was first put on the medical market in 2011 by its manufacturer, DePuy Synthes, and it is believed upwards of 400,000 patients have received the implant. However, leading medical professionals have concluded the Attune® Knee System has an unusually high chance of failure after implantation, causing dangerous health conditions.
Farah Law in Edinburgis known for providing unwavering and steadfast legal representation to the wrongfully injured, including those who have been hurt by defective Attune® Knee Systems. If you have experienced painful and hazardous side effects ever since the device was implanted, then you might have the right to seek compensation from DePuy.
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In an article published by the Journal of Knee Surgery, a collection of orthopedic surgeons studied the design and safety of the Attune® Knee System. They found that bonding agents used to keep knee implants in place after initial surgeries do not work well with the unique design of the Attune®. A component of the knee replacement device is designed to move to reduce stress on the overall system, but this also makes a permanent bonding difficult, if not impossible. Numerous premature failures of the system have been reported due to the bonding agent coming loose.
With over 50 years of total legal experience, our personal injury law firm in Edinburgknows the ins and outs of liability laws and defective medical product claims. Whatever DePuy or their insurer throws at your Attune® Knee System lawsuit to try to defeat it, you can be confident that we will have a response and counter. Your rights and wellbeing are our priorities from start to finish.
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