Lawsuits for Biomet Magnum Hip Problems
The hip replacement lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential product liability lawsuits for individuals who experienced problems after receiving a Biomet M2A Magnum hip, which may have been caused by design defects with the artificial implant.
Compensation may be available through a Biomet M2A Magnum hip lawsuit as result of the manufacturer’s failure to adequately test the impact of the metal-on-metal hip replacement system or warn about the risk that the implant may loosen or fail within a few years after surgery.
All cases are reviewed by our Biomet Magnum hip lawyers under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there are never any out-of-pocket expenses to investigate your case and there are no attorney fees unless a recovery is obtained. To review a lawsuit for yourself, a friend or family member, request a free consultation and claim evaluation.
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The lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk are investigating potential Biomet Magnum hip replacement lawsuits for individuals throughout the United States who have experienced complications following surgery. Problems with the design may make it prone to fracture or fail within a few years of implant.
The Biomet M2A-Magnum Hip is a metal-on-metal hip replacement system that has been implanted in patients throughout the United States. Although it was promoted for active and younger patients, reported problems suggest that the artificial hip implant may be prone to fail within a few years of surgery.
While typical hip implants consist of components made of metal and plastic, the Biomet Magnum has three all-metal components, a metal femoral head, metal taper insert and metal acetabulum cup. As the metal parts rub against each other, microscopic shavings of metal may be released into the hip joint, which could cause inflammation, loosening and other problems associated with metal hip poisoning.
Potential signs of Biomet Magnum hip problems could include:
- Unexplained Hip Pain
- Swelling and Soft Tissue Damage
- Unexplained Tumors
- Difficulty Standing or Walking
- Loosening of the Hip Implant
- Additional Hip Revision Surgery
A surprising number of individuals throughout the United States have reported experiencing problems with the Biomet hip replacement, often involving loosening, dislocation, wear or failure of the implant due to the design of the device. Although the hip implant is expected to last more than 15 years, many individuals have required revision surgery within a few years to replace or correct problems with Biomet M2A Magnum hup implants.
According to allegations raised in Biomet M2A Magnum hip lawsuits, these problems were known to the device manufacturer, yet they continued to market the implant as safe and effective. Rather than issuing a Biomet Magnum hip replacement recall, the system was aggressively marketed as having advantages over other hip systems.
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Research has suggested that metal-on-metal hip replacements, such as the Biomet M2A Magnum, are no more effective than traditional implant, yet increase the risk of revision surgery due to large amounts of metallic debris generated by the implant.
It appears that Biomet may have placed their desire for profits ahead of the safety of consumers. As a result, individual injury claims and Biomet M2A Magnum class action lawsuits are being reviewed by the lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. on behalf of individuals throughout the United States.
If you, a friend or family member experienced Biomet hip replacement complications or problems following surgery, request a free consultation and claim evaluation to determine whether our law firm may be able to assist with a lawsuit. There are no fees unless a recovery is obtained. Certain deadlines, known as the statute of limitations, place a limit on the amount of time each individual has to pursue a case.