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Medical Product Liability

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Medical Product Liability

Postby Casimiro » Mon May 12, 2014 3:37 am

My question concerns a loved one with AVN.  He has had two hip surgeries and the latest hip replacement part is the problem.  His surgery was almost 2 years ago.  He is now suffering from constant pain in the joint as well as a loud squeaking noise from the joint while doing simple tasks like walking up stairs or picking up a gallon of milk.  The stress this has added to his body is also causing back problems.  He now has two herniated disks.  He'd like to file a product liability suit here in Michigan and is wondering about things like statute of limitations and award limits but his big question is regarding recent law.  He's been told by two lawyers that if the replacement part is FDA approved, he cannot sue.  What is your suggestion?
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Medical Product Liability

Postby Trowbrydge » Wed May 21, 2014 1:34 am

Hello: I think I can help you. I would suggest that we talk by phone. Please contact

me for a complimentary phone conference at(248) 737-3730.  You can

contact me by phone or e-mail. Please remember to provide a phone number

if I am not available when you call or if you send a response by e-mail. These types of cases are complicated.  I may be able to shed some light on the matter.  Please note that the Statur of Limitations for malpractice is about to expire.  If it does you will loose your right to sue.  There is a three year statue of limitations for products liability and two years from malpracttice.  

If you provide your phone number I will be glad to call you.

Robert D. Mouradian

Attorney at Law

30833 Northwestern Highway

Suite 202

Farmington Hills,  MI  48334

Phone:(248) 737-3730

Fax:(248) 479-5003http://www.AAAALegalCenter.com

[email protected]
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