For many people, being independent requires mobility and a lack of pain. But as people age, it’s common for their joints to degrade and even fail. Certain injuries and illnesses can hasten the decline of people’s joints, making it difficult or impossible for them to live independent lives.

Millions of Americans have been able to regain some or all of their lost mobility through joint replacement surgery, but a significant percentage of those patients have or will develop serious complications due to their implants failing. When joint replacements fail, patients are likely to experience extreme pain and lost mobility, and the only way to correct the problem is through revision surgery.

At Ferrer Poirot Feller Daniel, we’re on a mission to help people who have been injured by defective and flawed hip, knee, and ankle replacements. We believe that it’s unacceptable for patients to end up worse off after a surgery that was supposed to help them than they were before they had the procedure.

When patients must pay not only for their initial failed surgeries but also revision surgeries, they should receive substantial compensation, and that’s what we work hard to obtain for them. If you or someone you love had a failed joint replacement procedure, the defective medical device lawyers at our firm want to put their experience to work for you.

Contact us today for a free consultation. We’re available to take your information 24/7, and we’ll never charge for our legal representation unless we get money for you.