Hip Products – Biomet
Chipman v. Biomet, Inc. et al
Nova Scotia Supreme Court File: Hfx No. 426867
Wagners filed a proposed class action on behalf of Canadians implanted with a Biomet Metal on Metal Hip Implant System between 1998 to the date of certification. The action was filed on May 1, 2014 in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in Halifax.
It is alleged that Biomet’s metal-on-metal hip implant system fails prematurely, thereby causing bone dislocation, metallosis and the need for further surgery. The class action has been filed against five different entities of the Biomet group.
The proposed class action seeks damages for individuals who required surgery to correct the defective hip implant.
Wagners is presently accepting enquiries from residents of Canada who have suffered adverse effects, debilitating injuries or permanent disability as a result of being fitted with a Biomet Metal-on-Metal Hip Implant.
If you, or a member of your family, have suffered problems or effects as a result of the Biomet Implant and injury or other losses have resulted, you may be eligible for inclusion as a Class Member in the proposed class action lawsuit.
To inform us of your interest and determine if you qualify for inclusion in Wagners’ proposed class action, please fill out this registration form. If you have any concerns or questions please contact us by phone or email at [email protected].
Updates & Latest Developments
There is a national class action being actively advanced by Stevenson Whelton, a law firm in Toronto. That firm has been litigating this action and is actively advancing it. If you are interested in a class action concerning Biomet, you should contact Stevenson Whelton. This is because they will be able to best serve your interests and can keep you more directly informed about any updates in the class action. You can contact them at:
15 Toronto Street, Suite 200
Toronto, ON, M5C 2E3
Email: [email protected]
To avoid any confusion, Wagners is no longer actively advancing this case, as there is active advancement of a national class action by Stevenson Whelton. Therefore, if you are still interested in a class action concerning Biomet, you should directly contact the firm of Stevenson Whelton at the above-noted contact information.