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Can I sue Wright if I had the MOM Hip System implanted during hip replacement surgery?

Yes, you may be able to sue Wright Medical Group if you had the MOM Hip System implanted during your hip replacement surgery and afterward you suffered serious injury and/or complications. When a patient suffers significant complications or injuries such as severe pain (hip, thigh, groin, lower back), metallosis, revision surgery, or more due to the defective Wright hip device, it can give rise to a Michigan lawsuit.

Patients suffering serious complications and injuries after having a Wright MOM Hip System implanted do have legal rights and may have a possible lawsuit. In fact, due to Wright Medical Group’s failure to properly test the medical device and warn individuals of the defective nature of the hip replacement, they may be held liable for those who suffer complications.

These Wright hip replacement lawsuits seek compensation for pain and suffering as well as payment of medical expenses incurred due to the defective implantable hip implant and cost of future surgeries if needed.

It is important that patients who have had the Wright MOM Hip System implanted are aware of the serious complications that may arise.

For more information on your legal rights and whether or not you have legal basis to sue Wright for your MOM Hip System, call  our award winning Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. law firm now at (800) 606-1717.  We will discuss your case with you and determine whether or not you are able to file a claim against the manufacturer.  Call today for your free consultation!

Lawrence J. Buckfire
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