Yes, you may have a Michigan Zimmer hip replacement lawsuit if you have suffered serious complications after having a Durom Cup implanted, or have had to undergo an additional revision surgery after having the hip replacement device implanted. These Zimmer hip replacement lawsuits are filed against the manufacturer and seek compensation for pain and suffering as well as payment of medical expenses incurred due to the defective nature of the hip socket and cost of future surgeries if needed.
It is important that patients who have had the Zimmer Durom Cup implanted are aware of the serious complications that may arise so they know if they are able to file a lawsuit. Our Michigan Zimmer hip replacement lawyers at Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. are handling cases for patients suffering from complications after having the device implanted, such as continued pain and the need for a second surgery.
There are strict statute of limitations for filing a Michigan Zimmer hip replacement lawsuit. If you miss a deadline, your case will be lost forever. Call our top rated defective metal-on-metal hip replacement lawyers now at (800) 606-1717 to discuss your case and find out whether or not you have the means to file a lawsuit against Zimmer for injuries resulting from your Durom Cup implant.