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Can I sue Biomet if I had the M2A Magnum implanted during hip replacement surgery?

Yes, you may be able to sue Biomet Inc. if you had the M2A Magnum implanted during hip replacement surgery and afterward suffered serious injury and/or complications. Manufacturers are responsible for selling safe products to the public and disclosing all potential dangers of the product.  In fact, according to allegations raised in Biomet hip replacement lawsuits, these serious complications and defective nature of the implant were well known by the device manufacturer, however Biomet failed to warn patients of the possible risks and dangers.

Therefore, when a patient suffers significant complications or injuries such as metallosis, pseudo tumors, bone destruction, or more due to the defective nature of the Biomet hip device, it can give rise to a lawsuit.

This type of lawsuit is called a defective medical device lawsuit.  The claim is filed against the manufacturer and often times result in significant settlements for the injured patients.

Our Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. Michigan law firm is currently handling cases for patients who suffer significant complications or have undergone a second revision surgery due to a Biomet M2A Magnum hip device.  Call our top rated attorneys today to see if you have a possible claim to sue Biomet for your defective M2A Magnum that has caused you significant pain, injury, and costly medical bills. We will represent you under our No Fee Promise, which means no legal fees or costs until we win or settle your case.  Call now at (800) 606-1717.

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