Should I settle my Biomet Hip Replacement lawsuit?
Although a majority of lawsuits are resolved by means of settlement agreement, there are consequences to settling a lawsuit. For example, once you settle your lawsuit you may not be able to sue the manufacturer later if you discover the nature of your injuries are more harmful than you initially sustained. This is because under the legal doctrines of Collateral Estoppel and Res Judicata, you may be prevented from later bringing a lawsuit. However, your Biomet Hip Replacement attorney will discuss with you whether or not a settlement agreement will best serve your legal interest.
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?
- How long do I have to file a Biomet Hip Replacement Lawsuit?