Defective Hip Implant Lawyers
Take Legal Action Against Negligent Manufacturers
Hip replacement surgery is a long, involved operation with a lengthy recovery time. Committing to this procedure usually means the recipient is already in great pain and in need of relief. When this operation fails, it is extremely frustrating, as well as painful.
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Fixing the problems requires another difficult, expensive surgery. When you or someone you love has been a victim of a defective hip implant, you should seek out a mass tort attorney for assistance finding the responsible party.
To speak with a professional attorney about a defective hip implant call (801) 900-4681.
What Are the Dangers of Defective Implants?
A defective hip implant can result in serious harm to the recipient. They could lead to:
- Bone fractures
- Blood poisoning
- Implant dislocation
Any company that released a defective hip replacement on the market has committed a serious breach of trust and may face product liability laws. No one should have to suffer the pain of someone else’s mistake.
The following are some common symptoms of a defective hip implant:
- Swelling of hip
- Pain when walking
- Dislocation of implant
- Knee pain
- Decreased flexibility
As defective hip implants can be very dangerous, victims should immediately contact a medical professional if they experience any symptoms. They should then reach out to an attorney to make sure they aren’t made responsible for the upcoming costs.
Don’t Wait to Pursue Compensation—Call (801) 900-4681
A defective hip replacement means the victim must endure two difficult surgeries in a row. Whoever is responsible for the malfunctioning product should be held accountable for the medical bills and pain and suffering.
At Lowe Law Group, we undergo thorough investigations to find the responsible party and seek appropriate compensation. Our defective hip implant attorneys keep frequent contact with clients while handling the bulk of the work on their own so victims can focus on healing. We also work on contingency fees so you will not have to worry about paying legal fees while seeking necessary medical work.
For a free consultation with our team, call (801) 900-4681. We have fluent English and Spanish speakers.