A significant number of patients who have received Zimmer NexGen CR-Flex knee implants have reported problems with the product. One study has shown that more than 9 percent of people receiving NexGen knee replacements have needed revision surgery to address the problem within two years of the initial implant procedure.
If you have a Zimmer NexGen knee implant and you have experienced any of the following symptoms, you may be able to obtain compensation for your medical costs, pain and suffering, and other losses:
- Knee pain and swelling
- Decreased range of motion
- Difficulty supporting weight
Knee Replacement Surgery Lawyers In Missouri
The Finney Law Office is a team of attorneys that provides vigorous representation for people who have suffered harm from defective medical devices and implants. We work to hold medical device manufacturers responsible when their products threaten the health and lives of the public. In a free consultation, an attorney at our law firm can review your case and explain how we can help you.
Compensation For Victims Of Defective Medical Products
Zimmer has refused to admit that the NexGen product has an unacceptable rate of failure, blaming the problem on the techniques used by surgeons. The Finney Law Office works with leading orthopedic surgeons across the country. These experts can identify the specific mode of failure and when necessary, present compelling testimony in court.
If your NexGen implant has failed, you may be entitled to compensation, including the costs of revision surgery, lost income, pain and suffering, and other damages. The Finney Law Office will seek the best possible award of settlement for you.
Contact A Lawyer
Contact the Finney Law Office for a free consultation with a Zimmer knee replacement recall lawyer in St. Louis.