Hip and Knee Infection Lawsuits
Brent Coon and Associates is investigating knee/hip Infection lawsuits after reports of patients suffering from dangerous infections after knee or hip procedures. There are reports that these infections are occurring during a hip or knee replacement surgery. These infections, in some cases are causing additional surgeries for the patients to correct the problem. In severe cases the patients need to have the knee or hip implants replaced when the infection could not be treated. The symptoms of infection from a hip or knee replacement surgery include: Pain, Swelling, Wound Drainage, Fever and Chills, Fatigue. Approximately half of the knee and hip infections are staph infections. 8% of the infected hip and knee’s are staphylococcus aureus. Staphylococcus aureus is a very serious infection that is difficult to treat. In rare cases if Staphylococcus aureus isn’t treatable, the hip/knee patient may require amputation. We are currently looking for patients who suffered from a knee or hip staph infection, where the surgery was performed in the past 6 years.
Brent Coon & Associates prides itself on being a public policy law firm. A staggering number of drugs and medical devices have been recalled by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) due to dangerous defects or flaws in design. Every Knee and Hip infection lawsuit is unique. We will work make sure your recovery in a hip or knee infection lawsuit is maximized. BCA has recovered millions of dollars for our clients in numerous types of dangerous drug or medical malpractice cases. BCA is also investigating these infection lawsuits regardless of what type of brand of replacement was used. BCA also works on a contingency basis, which means there is no out of pocket costs or expenses for you to file your Knee or Hip infection lawsuit. Also, currently there is no Hip or Knee infection class action lawsuit. Your hip or knee infection lawsuit will be filed on an individual basis. BCA has created Client websites for our clients in the BP oil spill litigation, the General Motors litigation and ongoing Mortgage Fraud litigation. These client portals will allow you to follow along with your hip or knee infection lawsuit online, 24 hours a day. Founder, Brent Coon is a recipient of the Steven Sharp “Trial Lawyer of the Year Award” from the AAJ and the Clarence Darrow Award, a finalist as lawyer of the year with Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, an ALM Top 100 Plaintiff Lawyers in the Country, a founding member of The National Trial Lawyers Association, a Fortune 500 “Top 100 Go To Attorneys” along with numerous other accolades.
If you or a loved one has suffered from an infection caused by a hip or knee procedure, you may be entitled to compensation. The hip or knee infection lawsuit review is conducted at no cost to you. Our law firm has represented hundreds of pharmaceutical clients and we have represented numerous victims of negligence, as well as the families of those victims.
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