Zimmer Durom hips were released to the American market in or around 2006. Since then many people have experienced complications and were required to undergo revision surgery. If you had a hip replacement and are unsure about the manufacturer, we can help you investigate. If you were implanted with a Zimmer Durom cup and had… read more
Who’s Accountable For Faulty New Mexico Medical Devices?
A recent New York Times article posed the following question: Who should be accountable when a company sells a flawed product that can injure or kill patients? Is it the company or the people who run it? We believe it’s both. We have seen hundreds of individuals throughout New Mexico who have had surgery, only… read more
Zimmer Durom Cup Lawsuits On The Rise
The Zimmer Durom Cup, also known as the Zimmer Durom Acetabular Component, was introduced in the U.S. in 2006 and meant to be an improvement over traditional hip replacement components. Instead of using screws, cement, or epoxy to secure the Cup, the Cup was intended to bond to the patient’s hip socket as bone grows… read more