Stryker Modular Hip Settlement
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Update: The federal MDL and New Jersey MCL Courts have recently issued orders requiring all patients who were implanted with an ABG II Modular or Rejuvenate Modular hip stem and have not yet resolved their claims to register or update their registration information with the Registration Processor by October 28, 2019.

The orders require all patients who were implanted with an ABG II or Rejuvenate Modular hip stem and who have not previously registered and have not yet resolved their claims to register their claims, regardless of (1) whether or not the patient has filed a lawsuit, (2) whether or not the implant has been removed, and/or (3) whether or not the patient is represented by an attorney.

The orders also require all patients who have already registered and have not yet resolved their claims to update their registration information, including revision status, if their information has changed since initial and/or supplemental registration. Patients with previously resolved claims should not register or update their registration.

The orders entered by the federal MDL and New Jersey MCL Courts regarding this supplemental registration process are available on the Court Documents tab of the Settlement Program website. All patients impacted by the registration orders must register or update their registration information by October 28, 2019.

If you have already registered, please click here for more information on how to update your registration information, if necessary.

If you have not yet registered, please click here for information on how to register.

Please note, completing and/or updating your registration does not enroll you in Stryker’s Settlement Program

If you have any questions, please contact the Registration Processor at 1-855-382-6404 or by email at: registrationprocessor@StrykerModularHipSettlement.com.


Any capitalized term used on this website that is not otherwise defined shall have the meaning ascribed to it in the Master Settlement Agreement. If there is any conflict, the language in the Master Settlement Agreement controls.

The Claims Processor is not permitted to give any legal advice. If you have a lawyer, the Claims Processor will only communicate with you through your lawyer as per the FAQs.

Last Updated:  9/17/2019