Exactech Optetrak Recall
Exactech has recalled more than 147,000 knee implants that have been used since 2004. If you received an Exactech knee replacement, you may be eligible for compensation.
Exactech Recall Lawsuit
Design issues with the Exactech Optetrak knee replacement system have led to thousands of patients experiencing issues with their knee replacements due to defective polyethylene inserts that may wear out significantly over time, resulting in the need for painful revision surgery for many patients. If you received an Exactech knee or ankle replacement implant after 2004, you may be eligible for a substantial settlement. Contact the experienced product liability attorneys at Sullivan Papain today to find out if you have a case. Schedule a FREE consultation by providing information about your case in the form to the right. We're here to help you!
Exactech Failure Symptoms
Symptoms that your Exactech knee replacement system may have failed include:
- Pain in the knee or ankle joint
- Inability to bear weight on the joint
- Grinding noise within the joint
- Knee or ankle swelling
- Instability in the joint
What should I do if I got an Exactech knee replacement?
If you are not experiencing pain or adverse symptoms in the joint, revision surgery to remove the implant is not recommended.
If you are experiencing pain or complications with your Exactech knee replacement and revision surgery may be required, reach out to our experienced team today. A substantial settlement may be available to you.
How much compensation am I eligible for?
Every case is unique, however, because these defects may result in corrective surgery, we expect settlement amounts to be very favorable for patients who are dealing with adverse symptoms.
Should I file a Claim with Exactech?
Exactech is currently allowing patients with defective Exactech implants to submit a claim for any out-of-pocket costs associated with their surgeries or correcting them. However, patients who decide to pursue this opportunity may waive their right to file a product liability lawsuit against Exactech in the future. That is why it is important to first consult with an Exactech Lawsuit Lawyer to ensure you are getting the settlement you deserve.
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