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Kansas Statute of Limitations for Stryker Hip Lawsuits

By Andrew Sullo

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Could You Be Affected By the Kansas Stryker Hip Statute of Limitations? Following the Stryker hip recall of July, 2012, many recipients of the Rejuvenate or ABGII found themselves injured by the defective hip implant devices. If you are a Kansas resident, harmed by a Stryker hip implant, it is important that you fully understand the statutes related to your recalled hip implant. While the time limit differs from state to state, many states have a two-year statute and Kansas is no exception. The Kansas Stryker hip statute of limitations allows two years from the date your injury occurred, however this window of time can be affected by a number of factors.


It is important that you speak to a knowledgeable Kansas Stryker hip lawyer whether you have yet experienced problems from your hip implant or not. Because a large number of the recalled Rejuvenate and ABGII hip implants could end up causing problems for the recipients, speaking to an attorney regarding whether you should file a Kansas Stryker hip lawsuit can be especially crucial. In short, it is virtually impossible to know whether your window of opportunity is drawing to a close without discussing your Stryker hip implant with a knowledgeable Kansas Stryker hip lawyer.


Lawsuits Associated with the Stryker Hip Recall

Thus far, over 1,700 consumers have filed suit against Stryker, alleging a number of things such as:    

  • Stryker exhibited negligence in the Rejuvenate and ABGII design by not ensuring there would be minimal amounts of corrosion and by failing to ensure the taper neck junction would fit as expected.
  • Stryker exhibited deceptive sales and marketing practices through claims that the devices would not corrode or fret, by claiming the devices were a good fit for younger, more active patients and would last longer and by claiming the devices were safer alternatives to metal-on-metal bearing devices.
  • Stryker exhibited a failure to warn patients that the Rejuvenate and ABGII could potentially cause heavy metal poisoning, and exhibited a failure to act on reports of early device failure.
  • Stryker continued to sell the Rejuvenate and ABGII devices even after being made aware that the titanium stem interacted negatively with the cobalt and chromium neck component.


Adverse Health Issues Associated With the Stryker Hip Recall

There are a number of serious health problems recipients of Stryker Rejuvenate and ABGII hip implant devices could experience. Tiny metal ions may shear away from the device during periods of activity, traveling to the bloodstream or stopping in the nearby hip tissue. Cobalt and chromium ions in the bloodstream can lead to:


·         The development of pseudo-tumors

·         Irritability, anxiety, depression

·         Memory loss

·         Disruption of DNA

·         Loss of hearing and vision

·         Gastrointestinal disorders

·         Neurological and cardiovascular disorders

·         Renal and thyroid issues

·         Reproductive disorders


Cobalt and chromium ions in the hip tissues can lead to inflammation and pain as well as deterioration of the hip tissues and bone. In some cases the bone can deteriorate to the point the hip implant will experience total failure, leading to the patient being forced to undergo hip revision surgery, which is both expensive and considered riskier than the original surgery.


A Kansas Stryker hip lawyer will thoroughly assess the circumstances surrounding your hip implant and clearly explain your options regarding a Kansas Stryker hip lawsuit. Don’t let the Kansas Stryker hip statute of limitations prevent you from recovering an equitable settlement which can help pay your medical expenses as well as compensate you for your injuries.



A Notice to Kansas Residents with Stryker Hip Implants

Residents of the following locales in Kansas who were implanted with a Stryker Rejuvenate or Stryker ABGII hip implant are encouraged to contact a Kansas Stryker Hip Lawyer:

Wichita, Kansas

Overland Park, Kansas

Kansas City, Kansas

Topeka, Kansas

Olathe, Kansas

Lawrence, Kansas

Shawnee, Kansas

Manhattan, Kansas



Statutes of Limitations limit the amount of time that an individual has to file a lawsuit, and not only vary from state to state, but also vary by cause of action. The information provided above and in the state-specific pages in this section is meant as a general guide, and is for informational purposes only. Each client’s case is unique, and the specific circumstances of any individual case can have significant bearing on the applicable statute of limitations. Any person who believes they may have a viable cause of action is strongly encouraged to consult with an attorney about the statute of limitations for his or her case.

Attorney Andrew Sullo is licensed to practice law in Texas, and can prosecute cases that are part of a federal multi-district litigation. Andrew Sullo does not practice law in any other state, and is not certified by the Boards of Legal Specialization in any state. Not all states have board certifications. This information is not intended to solicit clients for matters outside of the State of Texas. Our firm is not accepting cases in any state where it would be impermissible for it to do so. Sullo & Sullo, LLP maintains its principal office in Houston, Texas.

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