A Los Angeles jury on Friday ordered Johnson & Johnson's DePuy orthopedic unit to pay more than $8 million in damages to a retired Montana prison guard who claimed he was injured by a recalled metal hip sold by the company.
Jury orders J&J unit to pay $8.3 million in hip trial
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