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Stryker Trident Hip Implant Class Action

PDF – Special Notice to be read by all Québec residents / Avis pour tous les résidents du Québec

The Stryker hip implant litigation alleges that Stryker failed to conduct adequate testing of the Stryker Trident PSL and the Stryker Trident Hemispherical Acetabular Cup before allowing doctors to implant these medical devices in patients and failed to warn about the high risk that the components may fail or cause painful or debilitating injuries.

Our law firm is pursuing this class action litigation to seek financial compensation for Canadians who have been injured by a Stryker Trident PSL or Stryker Trident Hemispherical Acetabular Cup hip implant. Please note, filling out the form below creates no financial obligation for you.

Please note, our law firm is not in a position to provide any form of medical advice, and if you have any questions of a medical nature you should refer them to your doctor.

Merchant Law Group LLP has 10 offices across Canada, with lawyers practising law in six provinces. Merchant Law Group LLP and Tony Merchant, Q.C. are well known for pursuing class action lawsuits in Canada including litigation regarding Winners/HomeSense, Various Cellular Phone Fees, BCE Dividends, GM Gasket Manifolds, Hip Implants, Lead Paint in Toys (and similar consumer products), Maple Leaf, Celebrex/Bextra, Vioxx, Sony, Residential Schools and various other cases. Tony Merchant, Q.C. is known to be one of Canada’s most active litigators with more than 600 reported cases in leading Caselaw Journals, having argued thousands of cases before the Canadian and American Courts, in Trial and Administrative Courts, and the Courts of Appeal of various American and Canadian jurisdictions, the Federal Court of Canada, and the Supreme Court of Canada. Tony Merchant, Q.C., has a long history in pursuing public policy cases and is a former Member of the Legislative Assembly (M.L.A.)

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