Yes, you may be able to file a Michigan lawsuit if you had a Biomet M2A Magnum removed after suffering serious complications. Biomet M2A Magnum complications include metallosis, pseudo tumors, bone destruction, swelling, soft tissue damage, hip pain, hip revision surgery, difficulty standing or walking, and loosening of the hip replacement device.
A hip replacement is used for treatment of patients who suffer from hip joint deterioration or have hips damage due to arthritis, fractures, or other conditions. However, even though these artificial medical devices are known to increase mobility and reduce pain of a patient who has an aged or injured hip joint, in recent years there have been a number of studies that reported several complications to patients who have had a Biomet M2A hip device implanted.
If you or your loved one had to have a Biomet M2A Magnum removed after suffering serious complications, call today to see if you can file a Michigan lawsuit against the manufacturer, Biomet Inc. Often times, these lawsuits result in significant settlements for the injured patient and will help compensate for their pain and suffering, including payment of all medical bills associated with the defective medical device.
Call today to speak with one of the best lawyers for your Michigan Biomet M2A Magnum lawsuit. Our award winning Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. attorneys are actively pursuing lawsuits for patients just like you who have suffered serious complications and work directly with other national law firms to win the best settlement for your pain and suffering. Call now at (800) 606-1717 for your free, no obligation consultation and learn your legal rights!