Biomet M2A Magnum Hip Replacement Lawsuit And Failed Metal On Metal Hip Implant Lawsuit Information by Failed Metal on Metal Hip Replacement Attorney Jason S. Coomer
Many Americans are suffering from failed hip replacement surgery. Failed hip replacement surgery can be caused by a defective metal on metal hip implants including the Biomet M2A Magnum hip implant. These failed implants are the basis of several lawsuits against metal on metal hip manufacturers including the manufacturer of the Biomet Magnum metal on metal replacement hip implant. A failed hip replacement can cause damage to the bone, tissue and joint. Additionally, defective hip implants can cause Metallosis (metal ions entering the blood stream) leading to problems with the heart, thyroid gland and nervous system. After a metal on metal hip is implanted in the body small metal particles can shave off and enter the tissue and blood stream.
When investigating these potential failed hip replacement surgery lawsuits, it is important to know what type of hip implant has been used as well as to obtain medical records of the surgery and/or replacement surgery
If you or a family member have been the victim of a failed hip replacement surgery including a defective Biomet hip implant, it is important to seek medical help. If you have a question about a hip implant surgery lawsuit, please feel free to submit an inquiry or send an e-mail to Texas failed hip implant lawyer Jason S. Coomer.
Regardless, as to whether the failed hip replacement surgery was caused by a defective Biomet Magnum hip implant and/or medical negligence, it is important to understand the cause of a failed hip replacement surgery and correct the problem.
Manufacturers of Defective Metal on Metal (Mom) Hip Implants Are The Subject of Several Product Liability Lawsuits
Many Plaintiffs across the country have filed lawsuits against the manufacturers of metal on metal hip implants and they are arguing that the companies that make these products were aware of the dangers of metal on metal hips but decided to allow the defective products to be implanted anyway.
A defective metal on metal (MoM) hip implant may lead to some of the below complaints after having hip replacement surgery:
- Hip Pain
- Dislocation of the implant
- Metal debris reaction in the soft tissue (Metallosis)
- Grinding feeling or popping noises
- Bone fractures
- Problems walking
- The need for premature hip revision surgery
If you need a failed Biomet hip replacement surgery lawyer, feel free to contact Attorney, Jason S. Coomer. His office frequently works with other Failed Hip Replacement Surgery Lawyers throughout Texas and the United States.
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