Date: June 12, 2015
Overview of Case: This was a product liability matter, plaintiff Alan Warner, 63, had a “Profemur R” prosthesis implanted to replace his artificial hip. Three years later, on Oct. 27, 2010, he was walking in his home when he suddenly felt severe pain in and around his left groin. He was unable to walk and immediately lay down. The following morning, he presented to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and was diagnosed with a left femoral stem fracture. At the hospital, it was determined that the Profemur R implant had snapped at the stem. The Profemur R femoral component (serial no. 037409895) was manufactured by Wright Medical Technology Inc.
Attorney Steve Vartazarian, ESQ., needed help visualizing the reality of his client’s suffering, and asked High Impact to help make his client’s x-ray exhibits recognizable; demonstrate the numerous required surgical procedures to address the painful dislocations and severe infections; and provide Mr. Varazarian with full interactive control over the delivery of his message.
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