Problems with M2A-Magnum Hip Replacement Lead to New Lawsuit Against Biomet

X-ray scan image of hip joints with orthopedic hip joint replacement implant head and screws in human skeleton in blue gray tones. Scanned in orthopedics traumatology surgery hospital clinic.

A patient who allegedly suffered severe side effects about which they were never warned has recently filed an M2A-Magnum Hip Replacement lawsuit against the maker of the allegedly defective hip, Biomet.

In 2009, the plaintiff in this M2A-Magnum Hip Replacement lawsuit underwent a left total hip arthroplasty surgery with the metal on metal Biomet device. Symptoms including dislocation, component loosening, severe pain, lack of mobility and metallosis, allegedly affected the patient and ultimately led to severe injury.

The lawsuit alleges that Biomet either knew or should have known about the M2A-Magnum hip replacement problems and should have notified the medical community and patients about the risks.

The M2A-Magnum Hip Replacement lawsuit says that the defendants were aware that the hip replacement device, which was intended to help those patients undergoing hip replacement surgery, was prone to fail years before the life expectancy of 15 years.

According to the M2A-Magnum Hip Replacement lawsuit, the socket and ball bearings making up the hip joint lead to debris being accumulated in the body over time. This can…