|Kip Petroff is now accepting Smith & Nephew hip implant cases. If you (or a loved one) have had difficulties with a Smith & Nephew hip implant and want to discuss possible legal action, please fill out this form:|
|The following questions are designed to help determine if you (or your loved one) have a potential claim related to a defective Smith & Nephew hip implant.
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