NYT:  DePuy Recall Leads to $3 Billion Charge for Parent Company

NYT: DePuy Recall Leads to $3 Billion Charge for Parent Company

January 25, 2012 – Johnson & Johnson, parent company of DePuy Orthopedics, maker of the since recalled metal-on-metal ASR artificial hip systems, recently took quarterly charges of more than $3.0 Billion according to the New York Times.

As a structured settlement company with a personal interest in the litigation that has developed in light of problems associated with certain artificial hips, we have great interest in assisting those who are pursuing legal remedy for products liability lawsuits stemming from the hip recall.

For those affected, we have established a special website dedicated to the matter and encourage all prospective clients and their representatives to visit us there.  Please visit:

ASRHipSettlement.com

 We continue to follow the DePuy hip recall matter with great personal and professional interest and look forward to being of service to you.  Please let us know how we can help.

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