How long do I have to file a Biomet Hip Replacement Lawsuit?
Once you discover that you have sustained a hip replacement injury caused by Biomet’s M2a Magnum hip replacement system, you should consult with a personal injury lawyer immediately. Generally, the Statute of Limitations requires you to bring your lawsuit against the manufacturer within two years of the incident or discovery. However, since each state has different statute-of-limitations laws it is best to consult with an attorney immediately once you become aware of your injury.
Additional Biomet Hip Replacement FAQs
- How much does a Biomet Hip Replacement Attorney cost?
- How much is a Biomet Hip Replacement Lawsuit worth?
- Has there been an FDA recall of Biomet Hip Replacement systems?
- Have there been Biomet M2a Magnum hip replacement system Class Action Lawsuits filed?
- Under what legal theory can Biomet be sued for the faulty Biomet M2a Magnum hip replacement system?
- What do I need to prove in my claim against the manufacturer of Biomet Hip Replacement systems?
- What types of compensation can I collect after being injured by a Biomet Hip Replacement?
- Should I settle my Biomet Hip Replacement lawsuit?