Hip-op hip-hop

Hip-op hip-hop

The hip bone not connected to the...

Patients who’ve had hip-replacement problems with metal-on-metal DePuy implants are being urged to join a mass legal action against makers Johnson & Johnson. But J&J has already offered to replace any faulty implants free of charge. Is their litigation for fair compensation justified or are the lawyers stirring a honeypot?

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