Zimmer NexGen Knee Replacements

The NexGen knee replacement, a product created by Zimmer Holdings Inc. is a medical device implanted into the leg to replace a patient's knee. Millions of people had these replacement knees installed. Although Zimmer claimed that this product would last upward of 15 years, many people started experiencing serious problems shortly after their knee replacement surgeries, including:

  • Loosening of the implants
  • Implant failure
  • Unexplained pain and discomfort in the knee area
  • Revision surgery
  • Fractured bones near the implants

Attorneys for Knee Replacement Complications

In many cases, the replacement knee simply did not fuse as intended with the existing bones. This allowed the device to loosen, break and cause a host of problems for victims of this faulty device.

Compensation for Knee Replacement Injuries

If you have been injured by a defective Zimmer NexGen knee replacement, you should not have to shoulder the financial burden alone. You deserve to be compensated for medical expenses, lost wages and the pain and suffering you have endured.

At Galligan Reid PC, our highest priorities are helping injured Iowa clients recover — medically, personally and financially — from serious injuries and making our state a safer place. Iowa Zimmer NexGen recall lawyers from our firm bring a combination of aggressive, strategic litigation with honest human compassion for our clients and what they have suffered from defective medical devices.

Nurse Consultant on Staff to Serve You

When you come in for your free initial consultation, you can talk with our lawyers about your legal matters and speak with a nurse about your medical condition. This medical knowledge will also help us gauge the full long-term costs of your injuries over your lifetime, to help us build a claim that will get you the full compensation available.

Contact Our Des Moines Defective Knee Replacement Lawyers

To speak with an attorney and registered nurse from our firm in a free initial consultation, call 515-282-3333 (800-217-9312 toll free) or contact us online.