Attorneys from Florida, New York, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts and Minnesota collaborated to secure a settlement in lawsuits involving defective hip replacement devices manufactured by Kalamazoo, Michigan-based medical technology company Stryker.

The multistate legal team guided the settlement with Stryker for damages caused by the recalled LFIT Anatomic CoCr V40 Femoral Head. Their work helped resolve multidistrict litigation in Massachusetts and New Jersey.

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