Exactech Connexion GXL Hip Replacement Liners

Exactech Connexion GXL Liners are components used in total hip replacement surgeries. While these liners are intended to provide stability and durability to the hip joint, some individuals may experience complications or adverse reactions associated with these specific products.

In June 2021 the United States Food and Drug Administration announced a recall of all Exactech Connexion GXL hip replacement liners. Premature wear of the polyethylene and early implant failure became major issues for some patients, and even necessitated revision surgery for some who were implanted with a Connexion GXL hip liner.

If you or a loved one suffered following hip replacement surgery, please call the attorneys at Phillips Law Group today to discuss your legal options.

Negative Impact of Exactech Connexion GXL Liners

Patients who have received Exactech Connexion GXL Liners as part of their hip replacement surgery and subsequently experienced complications or adverse reactions may be eligible for compensation. The recall notice from the FDA makes it especially important that people who experienced issues after surgery consider legal action.

Common complications associated with these liners include:

  • Component wear
  • Hip pain
  • Stiffness
  • Swelling
  • Limited range of motion or mobility
  • Difficulty walking
  • Loosening from osteolysis
  • Premature revision surgery.

Eligibility for Compensation

To be eligible for compensation related to Exactech Connexion GXL Liners, individuals must meet certain criteria:

  • Must have undergone hip replacement surgery and received this specific brand of liner
  • Must have experienced complications, injuries, or adverse reactions directly attributable to the Connexion GXL Liner
  • Must be able to demonstrate the link between the liner and the harm suffered.

If you or a loved one have experienced complications or adverse reactions related to this product, it’s important to seek legal guidance to explore your potential options for seeking compensation.

Please don’t hesitate to contact the team at Phillips Law Group today for a free, no-obligation consultation. We can determine whether or not you may have a legal case if you suffered after receiving a defective Exactech hip replacement.

Call 602-222-2222 to discuss your unique circumstances with one of our Exactech hip replacement lawyers. With over 30 years of experience, Phillips Law Group is the right choice to partner with on a defective or dangerous product claim. Reach out today to learn more.