Biomet’s line of M2a and M2a-Magnum metal-on-metal hip implants has been found to cause serious health problems for many patients using these hip implants. As a result of defects and implant failures, the implant’s manufacturer, Biomet, may be held responsible for a suffering patient’s injury expenses. By filing a personal injury lawsuit, these patients may be able to recover their medical expenses as well as other injury-related costs they’ve incurred.
If you or someone you love has required a metal-on-metal hip implant replacement because of a faulty Biomet product, there may be legal options available to win financial compensation for that injury. To learn more about the process of filing a claim and how we may be able to help, contact a Milwaukee product liability lawyer of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today by calling 800-242-2874.
The metal-on-metal implants produced under the M2a and M2a-Magnum line of hip implants have been linked to implant failure and metallosis. Metallosis occurs when the body is damaged due to metal poisoning, causing tissue around the implant to die, walking to become difficult and painful, and possible nerve damage as a result. Because of these conditions, a person may be faced with the following healthcare concerns:
The financial consequences of these implants’ failures can prove too much for many households to handle. However, there may be financial compensation available from the product’s manufacturer that can cover the costs associated with a defective implant.
Hip implant replacement surgery can prove very expensive and painful. If you or someone you love has needed to go through this procedure due to a defective Biomet product, we may be able to help you obtain the justice and financial restitution you need. For a no-cost consultation regarding your situation, contact a Milwaukee product liability attorney of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today at 800-242-2874.