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Optetrak Knee Replacement Lawsuits

If you or a loved one underwent Optetrak knee replacement surgery and experienced complications such as pain, infection, mobility issues, additional surgery or more, we urge you to contact our product liability attorneys by calling 410-216-0009 or by filling out our online contact form. You may be entitled to pursue legal action.

Over the past several years, patients who have undergone knee replacement surgery with the Optetrak Knee Replacement System have reported thousands of adverse events to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Complications following the use of the Optetrak Knee Replacement System have included:

  • Severe pain
  • Swelling
  • Infection
  • Loss of mobility
  • Instability of the knee
  • Bone fractures or fragmentation
  • Loosening or shifting of the implant

These complications are often evidence that the Optetrak Knee Replacement System has prematurely failed and patients may be required to undergo additional corrective surgeries. These additional procedures are associated with higher risks of failure, slower recovery and chronic pain.

If you have undergone knee replacement surgery that has failed prematurely, it may be the result of an implant that was defectively designed by the manufacturer. Your surgeon was likely unaware of the defect and would not be the target of any lawsuit.

Speak To An Experienced Product Liability Attorney At Peter Angelos Law

Injuries caused by defective medical devices not only cause pain and suffering but also come with huge financial costs. For over 60 years, the product liability lawyers at Peter Angelos Law have fought for the rights of individuals harmed by corporations that valued profits over safety.

If you or a loved one has suffered harm after surgery with an Optetrak knee implant, contact us today for a free consultation with an experienced attorney. You can call us at 410-216-0009 or use our online contact form.