Metal-on-Metal Hip Implants
Hundreds of thousands of patients undergo hip replacement surgery every year due to degenerative arthritis or injury. The procedure is often recommended when other treatment methods have failed, and involves replacing a painful hip joint with an artificial joint made of metal or plastic. But some of the most popular implants, which use a metal cup-and-ball design, can break down or fail within the body—leading to a host of painful complications.
If you or a loved one is suffering from painful side effects linked to a failing or defective metal hip implant, Fair Share Lawyers wants to help. When you call us, we’ll answer your questions and determine if you have a case at no cost to you. The initial consultation is free and completely confidential, and it takes only minutes to get started. Call (800) 594-3770, or complete our free online form to get experienced legal help—24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Complications Caused by Metal Hip Implant Failure
Metal-on-metal hip implant failure can be accompanied by a variety of painful complications, including:
- Hip breakage
- Joint instability
- Bone fractures
- Joint popping
- Inflammation around the implant site
Whether you’re suffering from these symptoms, or you were required to undergo a revision surgery to correct a defective metal hip implant, Fair Share Lawyers is ready to help you protect your rights to compensation.
Hip Implant Metal Poisoning Dangers
When the metal components within a metal-on-metal hip implant rub together, they can create metal shavings that get stuck in nearby tissue or enter into the bloodstream. Over time, metals can build up in the body, leading to a condition called metallosis that can lead to hip replacement failure, metal poisoning, and other health complications.
You Don’t Need to Know Your Hip Implant Model
At Fair Share Lawyers, we know most patients don’t get to choose the type of hip implant they receive. If you know that you’re in pain, but you don’t know the make and model of your hip implant, we’re here to help. The lawyers associated with Fair Share Lawyers have the knowledge and resources to review your surgical records and gather the evidence necessary to determine if a medical device manufacturer may be held responsible for your health complications.
Types of Compensation Available to Metal Hip Failure Victims
Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may be able to get compensation for:
- Economic damages, such as: medical bills, lost wages, and loss of future income
- Non-economic damages, such as: pain and suffering, mental anguish, and other personal problems related to hip implant failure
Don’t pay out of pocket for an injury caused by a medical device manufacturer’s negligence. It costs you nothing to call Fair Share Lawyers and get answers to your questions, and if you choose our network of attorneys to handle your claim, you won’t owe us any attorney’s fees unless you get money for your claim.
Demand Your Fair Share!
If you or a family member has suffered due to a defective metal hip implant, contact Fair Share Lawyers. We’re dedicated to helping victims like you hold medical device manufacturers accountable for the harm they cause, and we’re ready to help you today. Call (800) 594-3770 or contact us online to get in touch with our legal team now.
No Attorney Fees Unless We
There’s No Cost or Obligation to Get Started
At Fair Share Lawyers, your initial consultation is always free and confidential. We will review your information, answer your questions, and determine if you have a case at no cost to you. And if you choose us to handle your case, you pay us no attorney fees unless we get you the money you’ve earned. Don’t wait to get help—contact us 24/7 to get started.
Disclaimer. Privacy Statement. Dangerous Drugs & Products Fair Share Lawyers, 798 Berry Road, #41947, Nashville, TN 37204. All elements of this website are copyrighted materials for Fair Share Lawyers, PLLC. Under contingency fee arrangement, if there is no recovery, clients pays no attorney fee. Clients remains responsible for costs and expenses associated with pursuing his or her claim.