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BREAKING NEWS: Stryker to Pay Over $1 Billion to Settle 4,000 Hip Replacement Lawsuits
Stryker Corporation announced in November 2014 it will pay over $1 billion to patients who had surgery to replace certain defective metal-on-metal hip replacements. The settlement, which resulted from mediation conducted simultaneously with the litigation, was announced Monday in Superior Court in Hackensack, New Jersey, where approximately 4,000 cases from around the country had been consolidated.
A class action generally involves one or two named plaintiffs who seek to represent a class of several individuals not named in the complaint. In contrast, a mass tort occurs when several plaintiffs, each of which have separate and distinct cases, are joined together in a single action.
You are an individual and so is your claim! If, after reviewing your unique situation with our attorneys, you decide to move forward with a lawsuit, please know that your case will remain your own individual case, as opposed to a class action. Our lawyers will file a suit based on your particular circumstances and any damages awarded will be based solely on your experience.
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