Biomet Hip Replacement Lawsuits
Kyros Law Group is no longer accepting new claims for Biomet Hip Implants
In February 2014, Biomet agreed to pay $56 million to settle all federal consolidated claims against it for defective metal hip implants. This could result in a base award of $200,000 for each plaintiff . . . Read More.
Biomet Hip Replacement Side Effects
Many patients’ hip implants have failed causing them to need a revision surgery. Other people have experienced pain, swelling, and joint dislocation.
Zimmer Biomet designs, manufactures and distributes joint replacement technologies. In June of 2015 Biomet was acquired by medical device maker Zimmer Holdings and changed the company’s name to Zimmer Biomet Holdings. The company recently reported revenues of almost $1.2 billion for the quarter.