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Biomet Hip Replacement Class Action Lawyers

File A  Biomet Class Action  Hip Replacement Lawsuit

Class Action Lawyer Network Biomet Hip Replacement lawyers are fling metal on metal hip replacement lawsuits  for the  Biomet M2a-Magnum™ metal-on-metal hip replacement. 

Have you  suffered  serious side effects from your Biomet hip replacement surgery?

  • Hip Implant failure
  • metallosis or chromium, Cobalt toxicity
  • Pain when standing or walking
  • Bone mass and density loss
  • Hip revision surgery
  • Difficulty walking
  • Infections
  • Inflammation
  • Soft tissue injury
  • Loosening of the hip implant
  • Pseudo tumors

Speak to  a Biomet M2a-Magnum™ metal-on-metal hip replacement implant lawyer

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The Biomet hip replacement's metal-on-metal components  could release metal debris into the tissue surrounding your hip implant and into the  bloodstream, causing elevated levels of chromium and cobalt.