The pain and complications were supposed to go away and allow you to live a healthier and more active lifestyle. That is why you consented to knee replacement surgery. Unfortunately, you can’t enjoy the benefits of knee replacement surgery because the DePuy Attune® Knee Replacement System failed prematurely.
The Attune Knee Replacement System is marketed as having “patented technologies” that improve range of motion and give patients “the confidence of a stable knee replacement.” However, in recent months, DePuy has filed dozens of reports with the Food and Drug Administration documenting premature failures of the Attune Knee Replacement System that have resulted in the destabilization of patients' knee replacements and painful revision surgeries.
Instead of the pain going away and the surgery making patients stronger, it is possible that a loosening of the bond between the knee replacement and the tibia bone occurred. This complication can result in:
- Significant pain
- Bone loss
- Muscle damage
- Reduced mobility
You Need to Know How to Protect Your Future Now
If this has happened to you, then you may require a complicated revision surgery. Or, the damage that you’ve suffered may be irreparable. You can’t go back and undo the damage that has been done due to your DePuy Attune® Knee Replacement System failure, but you can protect your legal rights
We expect that DePuy, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary, will fight back hard against your claim and try to minimize your financial recovery. However, you don’t have to be intimidated by this company. Instead, you can download our free report, DePuy Attune® Knee Replacement System: What You Need to Know About It, and you can begin learning about your rights in the comfort of your own home and with no obligation. Then, you can make an informed and educated decision about what to do to recover from your failed DePuy Attune® Knee Replacement System.
If you've been subjected to a defective medical device our experienced attorneys may be able to help. Contact us online with any questions, or speak with an attorney, by calling 800-800-5678 or starting a live chat 24/7 at hupy.com.