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DePuy ASR Claims “Resolved”
Ennis & Ennis, P.A. Provides the Latest Update on DePuy ASR Metal Hip Litigation
The details of the resolution are not available, but A Motion to Dismiss is expected to be filed in the Clark County District Court in Nevada, where the lawsuit is pending.
DePuy began selling the ASR implants overseas in 2003 and submitted results of the ASR clinical studies to the FDA in 2007, which resulted in the FDA non-approval letter in August 2009.
In November 2009, DePuy announced plans to phase out its ASR implants, which were suffering declining sales. However, it wasn’t until March 2010 that DePuy issued an alert. .
Meanwhile, DePuy also issued an alert as to the ASR cup, which had utilized a regulatory loophole and received FDA clearance in 2005, as part of a standard hip implant. Both of these ASR devices are based upon the same component, an all-metal socket cup, which experts say was faulty in design.
In August 2010 DePuy recalled both ASR devices due to high rate of revision surgeries required to correct or remove the defective implants. .
Each state has its own statute of limitations, so it may not be too late to file a claim and you need to consult a lawyer before your statute runs out.
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