The complaints, which were filed in both federal and state courts, claim the metal-on-metal hip replacements caused plaintffs to experience infections, pain, and bone fractures. The first trial is scheduled for December in Nevada state court and another is slated for January 2013 in federal court in Maryland, according to Bloomberg News.
Johnson & Johnson recalled 93,000 ASR hip implants in 2010 due to high failure rates.
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