If you or a loved one had a hip replacement, especially a metal-on-metal hip implant, you should be on the lookout for any signs of a defective hip implant. In fact, if you or a loved one received a hip implant, you may be able to recover compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering and other related losses. Even if you are unsure as to which metal-on-metal hip implant you received, you should still contact Forester Haynie because we can help you verify which hip replacement you received.

If you have suffered from any of the following injuries, click the link below to have our attorneys start working on your case:

  • Tissue and Muscle Damage
  • Severe Pain
  • Premature Failure of your Hip Replacement
  • Osteolysis – Bone Dissolution
  • Necrosis – Bone and Tissue Death
  • Pseudotumor Formation – False Tumor Formation in Surrounding Tissue
  • Bone Fractures – Due to Weakened Bones in Hip or Femur
  • Joint Dislocation – Artificial Joint Loosens or Separates from Healthy Bone
  • Metallosis- Metal Particles Shed into the Surrounding Tissue
  • Hip Revision Surgery