Free Case Review by Exatech Optetrak Knee Lawyers

The product liability lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential knee replacement lawsuits for individuals who have suffered complications with Exactech Optetrak knee replacements, which may be caused by design defects associated with the device.

Individuals nationwide have reported painful and debilitating problems after receiving this artificial knee system, often involving issues with loosening of the tibial baseplate. As a result, financial compensation may be available through an Exactech Optetrak knee lawsuit for individuals who have experienced:

  • Severe Pain
  • Loss of Mobility
  • Tibial Loosening
  • Knee Implant Failure
  • Revision Surgery

All cases are reviewed under a contingency fee agreement, which means there are never any out-of-pocket expenses and no costs associated with hiring an attorney, and we receive no fees or expenses unless a settlement or recovery is obtained. To review whether you or a loved one may have a case, request a free consultation and claim evaluation.

Exactech Optetrak Knee Problems

The Exactech Optetrak Total Knee Replacement System was first approved by the FDA in 1994, through the agency’s controversial 510(k) fast-track approval system, which means that it only had to be substantially equivalent to existing implants, and did not have to go through rigorous testing or clinical trials to prove its safety or effectiveness.

Following numerous reports of adverse events to the FDA involving tibial loosening, pain, loss of mobility, swelling, and the need for revision surgery, it has became apparent there may be serious problems with the Exactech Optetrak design.

The rate of Exactech Optetrak knee failures may be higher than are typically expected with a knee replacement system, and it is likely that many complications are never reported to the FDA.

A “silent” Exactech Optetrak knee recall was essentially issued in response to the issues, removing a “finned” tibial tray design from the devices and replacing them with a new design that was referred to as a “fit” tibial tray.

Many individuals may have avoided severe and debilitating injuries if the manufacturer had altered the design earlier.

Exactech Optetrak Knee Class Action Lawyers

The lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential Exactech Optetrak knee class action lawsuits and individual claims over the sale of a defective and unreasonably dangerous device.

By failing to announce a widespread Exactech Optetrak recall and withholding important safety information from consumers, the manufacturer placed their desire for profits before consumer safety.

All knee replacement cases are investigated and handled by our lawyers on a contingency fee basis, which means that there are never any out-of-pocket costs to hire our law firm. We only receive an attorney fee or reimbursed expenses if a knee settlement or other compensation is received.

In many cases, knee surgeons never inform patients what implant was used during their joint replacement. Therefore, it is not necessary to know whether your problems were caused by an Exactech Optetrak knee. Lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. can help investigate your case.

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