Inbone Total Ankle Investigation

The law firm of Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis and Overholtz is investigating potential defects in Inbone Total Ankle. Formerly known as the Topez Total Ankle Replacement System, Inbone Total Ankle was developed to treat patients requiring ankle joint replacement. The prosthesis is designed with two pieces: the tibial component and the talar component. These pieces are made with titanium, polyethylene and cobalt chrome.

Approved by the Food and Drug Administration in November 2005, the Inbone Total Ankle is designed for cement use only, meaning bone secures the implant in the correct position. It is intended to treat patients with severe arthritis by improving alignment and mobility.

Patients who have undergone ankle joint replacement surgery with Inbone Total Ankle are encouraged to contact the law offices of Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis and Overholtz to review their case. If Inbone Total Ankle is found defective, Wright Technology can be held liable for victims’ pain and suffering. To speak with a defective medical device attorney, please call (844) 794-7402.