Though a once-common procedure, metal-on-metal hip implants have been linked
with a number of serious complications in recent years. Patients have
been known to suffer everything from inflammation to tissue decay to bone
loss, often resulting in the need for revision or replacement surgery.
In fact, the failure rate for metal-on-metal hips is so high, that many
recalls have been issued by various major manufacturers. If you or a loved
one has suffered serious injuries as a result of a metal-on-metal hip
implant, the defective medical device attorneys at Hare Wynn can help
you hold the responsible parties accountable. Our attorneys are at the
forefront of metal-on-metal hip litigation, and we have developed procedures
to determine the manufacturer of your hip, as well as ways to perform
blood tests to detect the presence of metal ions related to faulty hip
implants, and ways to preserve explanted hips after revision surgery.
If you think you may have a case for a metal-on-metal hip implant lawsuit,
call us at (855) 997-9319 to speak with an attorney today.
Leading the Way in Defective Medical Device Litigation
Our firm remains at the cutting edge of plaintiffs’ litigation by
fighting for injured victims’ rights in a number of defective metal-on-metal
hip implant cases. Our attorney
Scott Powell was recently appointed to the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in
the Biomet Hip M2A/M2A Magnum litigation and our attorney
Don McKenna has been appointed to a leadership role in claims against Stryker related
to its Rejuvenate and ABG II metal-on-metal hips.
We are currently handling claims related to the following hip implants:
- DePuy ASR
- DePuy Pinnacle
- Smith & Nephew R3 Acetabular Hip System
- Wright CONSERVE
- Zimmer Duron Cup
As with every case, we strive to provide our clients with the compassionate
legal guidance they need and the aggressive representation they deserve.
Depending on the severity of your situation, you may be facing mounting
medical bills, lost income or wages, ongoing medical treatment and surgeries,
physical pain, emotional suffering, and more. Our
defective medical device attorneys can handle every aspect of your case so you can focus on getting the treatment
you need. We offer our services on a contingency fee basis—if we
don’t recover compensation on your behalf, you don’t pay.
Learn more about how our firm can help you; reach out to us at (855) 997-9319 today!