Metal on Metal Hip Replacement Lawsuits & Settlements
Metal on Metal Hip Replacement Lawsuits
The attorneys at Maglio Christopher & Toale, P.A. filed the FIRST metal-on-metal hip lawsuit in the United States, so we have a long history in this type of litigation.
We represent clients against nearly every metal on metal hip manufacturer in the orthopedic industry. We have a deep understanding of how the orthopedic hip community works, along with extensive medical and technical knowledge about defective metal on metal hip replacements.
mctlaw is leading the litigation against metal hip makers across the country.
We are currently reviewing cases involving the following hip brands:
What's Wrong with Metal-on-Metal Hips?
Questions About Filing a Lawsuit
How do I know if I have a case?
Our Firm will review your information to determine if we can represent you. We might even be able to review some of your medical information over the phone. Often, we need the following documentation:
- Orthopedic surgeon’s office chart
- Operative reports for the original joint replacement surgery and the revision (if performed)
- Device record for the original surgery from the hospital chart (this shows the product and lot numbers of the components of the device)
We can help you track down many of these records. Once our attorneys complete your review, they’ll tell you if we can represent you in your case. However, due to the unique complexity of each case, there’s no one formula to determine if you do or don’t have a viable case.
Why mctlaw does NOT sue orthopedic surgeons:
We do not represent patients in lawsuits against orthopedic surgeons because, in defective hip replacement cases, the problem is with the device, not the doctor. Often your orthopedic surgeon can actually HELP your case.
We believe the companies that made the hip replacements misled surgeons about the safety of their products. That’s why we limit our representation strictly to prosecuting manufacturers, sellers, and distributors of defective joint replacements.
Can you represent me even if I don’t live near your offices?
Yes! Our lawyers represent people across the entire United States. We are a nationwide litigation firm with regional offices in Washington DC, Seattle, WA, and Sarasota, FL.
When it comes to hiring an attorney, make your choice based on experience in this specific field. These are high profile medical product liability cases. Overall, the law firm you hire should have the resources to manage your case against huge multi-national corporations.
Is there a deadline to file a defective hip replacement lawsuit?
Yes, definitely. There is a limited period of time to file a lawsuit for injuries suffered as the result of a defective product. Therefore, do not delay in getting more information because it could hurt your case.
Do you collect and refer cases? Because I don’t want that.
No. Absolutely not. mctlaw is not a referral mill. Our attorneys represent injured clients across the country in defective medical product liability cases. We work in partnership with the Kansas City, Missouri law firm of Nash & Franciskato on all metal on metal hip replacement cases. Our Firms do this to more effectively represent our clients across the nation with defective metal on metal hip replacements. Subsequently, our attorneys are your direct contact in all aspects of your case.
How much does it cost to hire our Firm for a metal on metal hip replacement case?
There is no cost to you unless we recover money from a verdict or a settlement. Our Firm charges a percentage of any settlement or judgment. In other words, if you do not receive any compensation at the end of the lawsuit, we get no fee and you owe us nothing. mctlaw does not make a practice of referring out our cases to other law firms. We represent YOU.
Why Hire the Attorneys at Maglio Christopher & Toale, P.A.?
mctlaw has focused its practice on defective hip replacement cases for over a decade. Our Firm filed the first lawsuit involving a modern generation model metal on metal hip replacement in the United States in 2008. Find out what kind of experience any attorney has in litigating orthopedic joint replacement cases.