The first trial seeking damages from the DePuy ASR hip recall began on January 25, 2013. This case is one of more than ten thousand cases around the country tried by a jury. At Kershaw, Cook & Talley, we monitored the trial very closely and posted video updates here on our site.
Mr. Loren Kransky’s case was involved with the first trial. Mr. Kransky is a Montana resident who underwent left total hip surgery on December 5, 2007. He was implanted with a DePuy ASR hip during the procedure. After the ASR was recalled, Mr. Kransky had blood tests which revealed dangerously elevated levels of cobalt and chromium in the range of 40 to 50 parts per billion (almost 40 times greater than normal).
In February 2012, less than 5 years after receiving the implant, he underwent revision surgery to remove the defective ASR hip. He now seeks damages associated with this revision surgery.
If you, or a loved one, was implanted with a DePuy hip implant, please check this page on a regular basis to stay apprised of the significant developments in the Kransky vs. DePuy hip case.
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DePuy ASR Trial Video Updates
Thursday, July 21, 2016: The California Court of Appeal upheld a $8.3 million judgment against DePuy Orthopaedics, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, in the first case to go to trial involving the recalled DePuy ASR hip implants. The case is Kransky v. DePuy Orthopaedics.
Product liability attorney, Stuart Talley, provides his expert legal commentary as lead prosecuting attorney, Mike Kelly, pokes holes in the testimony of defense witness and biomechanics expert, Avram Edidin.
As part of his ongoing legal commentary blog, medical device attorney, Stuart Talley, outlines testimony given by California surgeon, Dr. Craig Swenson, in the first DePuy ASR hip trial in Los Angeles, CA.
Legal video blog update by product liability attorney, Stuart Talley. Mr. Talley says Chris Hunt, DePuy Engineer, testifies about a secret ASR hip redesign project in 2007 and 2008 called “Project Alpha”.
The first DePuy ASR trial continues in the California Superior Court in Los Angeles, CA. Medical Device Attorney, Stuart Talley of Kershaw|Talley in Sacramento offers his expert legal commentary on opening arguments.
Do you have an advocate looking out for your best interest? At Kershaw, Cook & Talley, we represent hundreds of hip replacement patients who, for decades, continue to rely on our knowledge and expertise in fighting and winning cases in the mass tort and medical device arenas. Start by sharing your story with us through our free evaluation form on this page, or we invite you to give us a call at (888) 997-5170 for a free and confidential case review.
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