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Where Can I Find Hip Replacement Lawyers?

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If you have a metal-on-metal (MOM) hip implant built by DePuy, Biomet, Stryker, or other medical device manufacturers, you might have a claim for harm caused by the implant. A number of studies and court cases have determined that many industry-standard metal hip replacement devices were defective as designed and manufactured. Hundreds of thousands of patients with MOM hip implants have suffered complications including metallosis, heart problems, chronic pain, dislocation, metal poisoning, organ damage, or worse.

If you suffered any injury or illness as a result of your metal hip implant, you are entitled to compensation. To bring the strongest case possible and maximize your compensation, you need the right metal hip replacement attorney on your side. Keep reading for a discussion of where and how to find the medical device defect attorney best suited to handle your claims.

Ask Friends, Family, and Colleagues

For many people, their first resource to find an attorney is friends, family, and other connections. If you know anyone who has been involved in a personal injury lawsuit, ask them about their attorney. Was the case in any way similar to yours? Were they happy with the outcome? If that attorney does not handle medical device cases, would they have a recommendation for another law firm that does? If you have any attorneys in your life, they are an especially good resource for finding a reputable lawyer or firm to handle your matter.

Online Search Engines and Databases

In addition to word of mouth, you can find attorneys online. You can search broadly on Google or other search engines for lawyers who handle metal hip implant cases. The state’s bar association might have a section devoted to personal injury or a group that specifically deals with defective products, and possibly even medical device cases; if so, you could search through their database to find options to handle your case.

Once you’ve identified some candidates, see if you can locate reviews from former clients, peers, and other interested parties. Websites like can be a valuable resource to look up reviews for any attorney or law firm you find. Also, the attorney’s website might include testimonials from former clients, and Google search results will include any reviews for the law firm that people might have left. Former clients are often the best resource to give a true evaluation of a lawyer or firm.

Utilize Free Consultations

Most personal injury attorneys will offer you a free consultation on your case. During the consultation, you’ll have an opportunity to briefly explain your situation, and the law firm can give an initial impression about your potential claims. You can also ask questions about the firm, its practice, experience, and other relevant matters.

There is nothing wrong with meeting with more than one law firm to find a lawyer who fits your needs. Make sure you hire a firm that you feel comfortable trusting with your case.

Questions to Ask Your Metal Hip Replacement Attorney

Once you’ve narrowed your search and identified a few possible injury law firms, make sure you are prepared for your initial consultation. Your free consultation is not just an opportunity to get an initial impression of your case; it’s also your chance to evaluate the law firm and determine if they are right for you.

In your initial consultation, consider asking questions about the following to pick the best law firm to handle your claims:

  • The lawyer’s education and experience
  • The lawyer’s history of success
  • The lawyer’s areas of practice, including whether they specialize in personal injury, defective products, and defective medical devices (the more specific, the better)
  • The lawyer’s experience with metal hip implant cases
  • The lawyer’s fee structure and your expected costs
  • The size of the firm and whether the partner or associates will be handling your case

Meet with a few different firms, if necessary, and pick the one that feels right to you. You want a firm that concentrates in the area of law that best fits your claim, in order to ensure you get the best representation possible.

Call Morris Law Firm for Help With a Defective Hip Implant Claim in California or Nationwide

If you have been injured in Southern California or anywhere in the country by a metal-on-metal hip replacement or another defective medical device, call a seasoned product defect attorney today at the Morris Law Firm. We’ll help you fight for the compensation you deserve if you have been seriously injured by a recalled medical device or other defective product.

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