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Was an Exactech® implant system used in your hip replacement? You might have a legal claim.

For a free, confidential consultation, submit a case evaluation request or contact our office today.

Recalled Exactech® Hip Replacement Systems:

If you had an Exactech® hip replacement and experienced early failure leading to a revision surgery, you may have a legal claim.

On June 28, 2021, Exactech, Inc. issued a recall for nearly 90,000 of its Exactech Connexion GXL® hip replacement implant acetabular liners utilized in surgery since 2008. The stated reason for recalling these Connexion GXL® liners was the “risk of edge-loading and premature prosthesis wear.” In short, the recall was issued because of early failure of the Connexion GXL® liner from wear and tear.


Symptoms You Might Experience from Faulty Implants

Potential symptoms, injuries, and side effects associated with the failure of a defective Connexion GXL® liner include:

  • Pain
  • Stiffness
  • Limited Mobility
  • Loosening
  • Osteolysis (i.e. a progressive condition where bone tissue is destroyed)
  • Revision surgery due to device failure

Do I Qualify?

Schlichter Bogard & Denton’s nationally recognized attorneys are currently reviewing potential Exactech® lawsuits on behalf of individuals who underwent an Exactech® hip replacement within the past ten years.

We are committed to fighting on our clients’ behalf and holding the manufacturers of dangerous medical devices accountable. We take all cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning there is no fee until we win your case.

To find out if you qualify, contact our office or submit our case evaluation request form above.

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